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Your frustration is completely understandable.
Fortunately your situation is a bit unique and not exactly what this stipulation is intended for.
I think that your probation officer should be understanding, IF in the event they are not, then you should have your attorney file a motion with the judge to get this rectified.
Your attorney would just need to file a motion requesting that this stipulation be adjusted so that you can be with your family members. Additionally each family member that this would apply to should be listed by name in the motion so that the judge can make the appropriate order granting the motion.
The court likes to know that an individual has an abundance of familial support in their life, so there definitely should not be any issue in getting this granted.
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