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My friend (in his infinite wisdom) is on probation and went out of state (without permission). He was a passenger. Cops pulled over his girlfriend for minor traffic violation. They checked both their licenses, she was issued a citation and sent on their way. Will his ID be flagged and notify his PO?

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Joined yesterday and first post not to mention a skeleton profile. I am not comfortable with this question. I think the friend is actually you. Why would you axe a question like this? Keep in mind cops are suspicious by nature. Does not pass the smell test.

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 Tell your friend to report the incident immediatly to his PO.  Better to hear it from him/her, than get a call from the officer who stopped them.  We have a probation officer or two on here who may further advise.

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gillbern2112 says ...



My friend (in his infinite wisdom) is on probation and went out of state (without permission). He was a passenger. Cops pulled over his girlfriend for minor traffic violation. They checked both their licenses, she was issued a citation and sent on their way. Will his ID be flagged and notify his PO?



Let's see. . . . .if we break this down into it's smaller components, your "friend" screwed up by violating their probation by leaving the state.  Hmmm, what does a P.O. do with someone that flaunts a direct court order?  What would you do?  As for the balance of your question, where do you think P.O.'s get some of their information when someone is in violation of that direct court order?  A little birdie told them?  If I were your "friend", I would want to tell my story to my P.O. BEFORE the police officer's story came down the line.  JMHO


I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I expect the same from them.

John Bernard Books, from "The Shootist"

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I'm one of the probation/parole officers on the site. IF your friend, goes and tells his po what he did and what happened he stands a VERY good chance of walking out of his agents office without wearing handcuffs. He will probably get his butt chewed for being stupid but that is better than going to jail. Tell him from me to make sure it doesn't happen again. !!!


And make sure he does it before the agent gets a phone call !!!!


Also tell him to remember this, we don't usually ask questions we don't already know the answer to !


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mmmm says ...



 Tell your friend to report the incident immediatly to his PO.  Better to hear it from him/her, than get a call from the officer who stopped them.  We have a probation officer or two on here who may further advise.



Look in the mirror and tell your friend to call your PO immediately.  Got it?

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These outstanding folks sure don't stay long. One post wonder.

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NICE....... Not even a retort, fight or denial before he went BYE BYE.