My question involves criminal law for the state of: Georgia.
Okay Hello everyone.My question is what constitutes as moving? I've been visiting my grandmother because she's been really sick lately, and so I've been staying there for awhile. I don't consider myself as moved here because my car, drivers license, mail, school, actual home, is all still in the county that I'm serving probation under. But how long can you stay somewhere before it gets counted as moving? Do I need to
Do I need to switch my probation over here, or should I leave it where it's at? I'm on unsupervised probation. My PO seems pretty reasonable. I don't plan on "moving" in here. I'm just here to help my grandmother in her possibly last years. I've been here most of the time for about a month, but I often stay at my actual address too. I had been told before visiting is fine and the only thing I need to tell my PO is if I go out of state, change phone number, or move/change address. SO this is why I'm asking about what is the official definition of changing address because I'm not sure.
Additional details. I'm on felony probation because I made a frivolous comment about my own "technically non-existent" property and got arrested. I took a plea deal because I was so young at the time and clueless about the law just get get out and am on the first offenders act. This is my last year I have a few more months to go before I'm hopefully done with it all. So I''m just trying to make sure everything is done by the book perfect. Btw, I never got in any trouble before this, and have not got in any trouble after this. Not even a traffic ticket or anything.