If there was no bond, then they can move. They just need to be sure to appear in court or a bench warrant will be issued for their arrest.
If the DA has made that offer, then they usually will hold to it. He will need to have the probabtion transferred and that is up to the other state to decide if they will accept supervision.
If he has established a home and is employed in the other state, it is very possible that the other state will accept supervision.
Thank you for that information. Is there a question in that regard?
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