Losing home, found work and have a support system in place where I plan to move. What can probation officer/ court do to me, and will it affect him after he turns 18
Without prior approval, it will likely result in your son being charged with a violation of probation and a warrant being issued for his arrest. You are also opening yourself up to numerous potential criminal charges.
You and your son should speak to his PO before moving and see if a solution/transfer of probation can be worked out. You're going to make things much worse by simply leaving.
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