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Yes, you are. There is a standard condition of probation that you are not to associate with people known to be involved in criminal activity. However, if I'm understanding you correctly, your fiance's criminal case is fully resolved. If this is the case, there is no longer any expectation of being "involved in criminal activity."
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I am under the impression that I am not allowed to associate with felons period. Does that only mean felon's who are currently committing crimes and felons that have open felonies (incarcerated, house arrest, probation, etc.)? Please help me understand this a little better. I do not want to lose my freedom over love. I promise I will accept the payment whether your answer is what I'm hoping for or what I'm fearing.
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