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Old 03-29-2018, 03:56 PM
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Default Leaving state on probation without notifying PO.

Lets say you border another state by a few miles, and you get pulled over in that other state while on probation. You also didn't notify your PO.

If you were doing nothing illegal, just that the state borders where you live and it is common to go across the border temporary.

What exactly would happen? Would the police in the other state definitely arrest you in a traffic stop?

Would you definitely go back to jail and your probation would be over because it was violated for something so minor like this? Or would it probably be a warning if you have done nothing else wrong while on probation.

I am just curious what would probably happen with something like this?

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Old 03-29-2018, 04:02 PM
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I think you already know the answer to this.

Let me guess: you want to take advantage of some late season skiing in a neighboring state?

Aren't you almost done with your misdemeanor probation by now though? Seems like its been almost a year since you first posted...

Why not just wait a few more months, get off-paper, then not have to worry about travel restrictions any more?

Or did you already get into more trouble and have your probation extended or something??
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Where I live it's ok on state probation, county probation, I have no idea when it is a BOP thing, but I can leave my state and not even know it I'm that close to border that people have two addresses. So I would actually talk to PO about its a everyday thing if your that close. Most understand if your in a place like I am that certain things like medical care shopping are closer in the next state not where I live and don't care. But I'd be notifiying my PO of all trips if not previously ok'd.
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Same where i live, shopping and stuff like that are actually easier in the next state. It is common for people in my part to travel over to the next state.

My probation is almost done but maybe I'm just wondering at this point for how much trouble I could have gotten into .
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Same where i live, shopping and stuff like that are actually easier in the next state. It is common for people in my part to travel over to the next state.

My probation is almost done but maybe I'm just wondering at this point for how much trouble I could have gotten into .
Ok if I'm not wrong you live either in NY or NJ and either way you know if you've crossed the line!! Where I live a chicken house could be the border!!! No bridges no tolls no subways no passenger trains. So hopefully your aren't doing what I think you are cause PO's are pretty slick they will wait till your last day then violate you especially if your playing games.
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Old 03-29-2018, 04:25 PM
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Same where i live, shopping and stuff like that are actually easier in the next state. It is common for people in my part to travel over to the next state.

My probation is almost done but maybe I'm just wondering at this point for how much trouble I could have gotten into .
So instead of wondering just get permission from your PO ahead of time. This is ridiculous. If you don't want to do real time then stop breaking the rules.
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What you don't seem to understand is that POs definitely don't share your opinion that any probation violation is "something that minor". If you take the chance, and get caught, you can be sent to prison. It isn't over until it's actually over.

You used up your mulligans with your lenient sentence of probation, and a few weekends in jail. If you get caught violating probation, you might find out what criminal sentencing is really all about.
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You really aren't good at boundaries, are you? Read your contract 0 the one you signed when they let you out. DON'T go anywhere outside your parole/probation area. It's that simple. And yes, your PO can pull you back on the last day and violate you. Then you an spend up to 90 days just waiting for the Board to hear your violation case. Then they can either set you off, give you 30/60/90 for a violation or they can charge you with an attempt to escape the jurisdiction. That is a whole 'nother ball of wax.

You're really not very bright if you can't figure out where the boundaries are either internally or geographically. And not particularly bright about contract law, either.
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Let's say someone is an idiot and cannot be bothered to follow the very simple rules of the gift of supervision they were given. That person can expect to have consequences attach to their actions upon discovery. That person can expect to have a probation revocation soon become a permanent part of their record. And I am sure that person will come to PTO and whine about how unfair the system was for imposing consequences.
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Same where i live, shopping and stuff like that are actually easier in the next state. It is common for people in my part to travel over to the next state.

My probation is almost done but maybe I'm just wondering at this point for how much trouble I could have gotten into .
Why? What’s the point? I think you just enjoy posting these questions to get a rise out of people. If you are bored there are plenty of things you could do to fill your time.
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Dude, don't be a idiot. Meet your obligations. If you absolutely need to leave state, get permission. I have had to get permission for a number of clients on bail because they were in a small town and even the nearest dentist was across state lines in a big city.

You, my friend, are what we call job security.
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Dude, don't be a idiot. Meet your obligations. If you absolutely need to leave state, get permission. I have had to get permission for a number of clients on bail because they were in a small town and even the nearest dentist was across state lines in a big city.

You, my friend, are what we call job security.
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We are in the Oregon Washington border if we just cross the border for shopping or a movie etc he just has to call his PO he can even just leave a message on her phone. When he travels to another state for visits etc he gets pre approval and a letter from his PO to carry.
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I think one of the very first questions a cop will ask when you are pulled over is....are you on probation or parole?

Dont be stupid. Just follow the rules and get off supervision. Quit trying to find ways skirt the rules.
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I think one of the very first questions a cop will ask when you are pulled over is....are you on probation or parole?

Dont be stupid. Just follow the rules and get off supervision. Quit trying to find ways skirt the rules.

After they take my I.D. the next request is will you pleased step out of the car.
If you are on any kind of supervision follow what you agreed to Or get ready to be put in a holding cell that smells of piss and dirty socks
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I think one of the very first questions a cop will ask when you are pulled over is....are you on probation or parole?

Dont be stupid. Just follow the rules and get off supervision. Quit trying to find ways skirt the rules.
On my way home from the beach!
Actually I've never been asked that but I have been asked did I have any weapons on my person, I was in a string bikini fried to a crisp and I was like are you a f-ing idiot? Actually I said it and got a speeding ticket but never have been asked about parole or probation. Guess it depends how or what your getting questioned for. If I hadn't mouthed off I probably would have not gotten a ticket.
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