In most cases you will be allowed to keep necessary medical appointments, however, you cannot just go. The Judge should have been told about these appointments and health issues when you were put on house arrest. You need to speak with your supervisor and get permission in advance to go. If you just go, you will likely be arrested and kept in jail. Call your attorney for help if you need it or get an attorney if you do not have one. Good Luck.
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Contact pretrial and get permission. If there is a problem ask your public defender to set a hearing.
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Yes, you should be able to go without any problem, but always let your bondsman or PO know why you are leaving.