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Thank you for your quick response Nate. I'm not concerned about my probation officer because my lawyer had him write her an email stating I had followed all the rules while being supervised and he was more than willing. My concern was more towards interstate compact. I didn't know if they could reject the court order.
On August 5th, after I was made aware of the modification, I called the probation office and was talking to the secretary if she had received a fax from the state of Kentucky that modified my probation, and she made a remark of "I don't want to get your hopes up", referring to the modification of my probation.
Well that clears up a lot, as far as inactive probation (unsupervised), I can move and work anywhere I desire? Do I have to report to the state I reside in? For example, if I get a job in North Dakota in the oil fields and work 2 weeks and get off 2 weeks and I reside in Oregon, do I have to contact the state of Oregon since I reside there, so if they need to give me a UA I can report to an office?