That varies depending on the "flight risk" of the defendant.
If there are any travel restrictions, it will be noted on the bail provisions.
Even if there are travel restrictions, one can make a request to the judge requesting permission to travel- as long as they feel their is no flight risk, they will generally allow it for misdemeanors.
The statute itself does not prohibit it:
That is because a person is not guilty of the crime until convicted and thus can't be denied their constitutional right to travel, unless it is a condition of the bail agreement.
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