Akron, OH asked in Criminal Law for Michigan

Q: I’m on probation in Michigan & my work requires a lot of out of state travel. Can probation make me quit or find other ?

Felony probation over 50% completed, no history of fleeing or evading or not showing up

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Daniel Hilf
Daniel Hilf
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Troy, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: A common condition of probation is to not leave the state without approval of the Court. If your probation officer is unwilling to allow for travel, it is recommended that you hire a lawyer to file a motion before the Judge assigned to your case to allow for travel.

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