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what would happen if i left pa on probation and ...

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what would happen if i left pa on probation and never came back would i have to worry about them tracking me down in another state or does it stay in pa
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Attorney & Mediator replied 8 years ago.
If your probation restrictions say that you cannot leave the state, then you are in violation of your probation. Your probation will be revoked and a warrant will be issued for your arrest. If you ever violate any laws of the new state the police can see if there are any outstanding warrants if the warrant have been filed in their nation-wide database.

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