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This depends on the probation
itself. Some probation rules disallow the Defendant to leave state, and some do not.
First, she has to find out if the rules disallow her to leave. She can call her "PO" - "probation officer" - and find out. If the probation officer is okay with it, then it should not be a problem.
If the probation officer disallows it and/or if the official rules disallow it for her probation, she cannot, unless she files in court to ask the Judge to give her an exception
and allow a one-time travel outside of the state, and the Judge approves.
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