So im to be released from probation in Georgia where i am currently. I was sentenced to 5 years prison and 5 years probation. I did all the prison time in flordia and got sent to GA with interstate compact and been here with only 11 days to go. Ive been on a thing called the PRCC program for almost 3 years because ive been doing good and i call in to the prcc electronic operator once a month and pay all my probation off and my court fees in florida. They swnt me a paper saying pay the full payment of 1000 dollars will ensure your successful completion of state probation.Therefore, Violation of State Probation qould not be necessary. And the fees had to be paid before January 11th and i did so. And i called them to make sure in FLORIDA that it went through and it did and she told me that i would be off of probation on the same day i was released from prison and so now i want to know will i have to go in and report to Georgia? I havent talked to over the phone nor seen anyone in over 3 years? Or will they send a paper releasing me? Do i have to go in and see these guys? Or is the paper that i have the one releasing me?
Without seeing the documentation you received, it is difficult to give an answer on whether you will have to report to any probation or parole office upon release. Typically in a case where you are sentence to serve a portion of your time in confinement and a portion on probation, you will have to report upon your release for a period of time. I recommend reviewing any documentation you received regarding the interstate compact transfer to determine which county was designated as your supervising county and get in touch with that county felony probation office and understand there is a difference between reporting for parole and reporting for probation. Alternatively, upon your release contact a local criminal defense attorney and bring in your documentation and see if after reviewing your documents if it indicates you must report. You should be aware if you have a reporting requirement, you are typically required to report within 48 hours of your release to the designated supervising office.
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