He has a place to live and a job to go to here. He has lived in WA. State his whole life. Was visiting family in Minn. On way home was arrested for ingestion of controlled substance in S Dakota
In refusing, the state likely gives its reasons for refusing. Your son should review those reasons to see if he can make his case more acceptable to WA.
Supervising a convict costs money. Moreover, if the convict commits some crime and someone is injured, that someone likely will sue the state for not supervising the convict enough.
So, there likely is no reason why the state would want to supervise a convict from another state.
Your son can review the specific facts with his attorney to see what his legal options are. Your son may be able to convince WA to accept him.
Probation costs the state funds. Refusing someone who needs community supervision is an economic decision.
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