Are there any laws or guidelines in the state of Florida in which a felony probation officer can violate someone if they come in contact with a convicted felon?
Yes, if you are convicted felon currently on probation you are not to have any kind of contact with any other convicted felon.
What is the statute of limitations for a misdemeanor probation violation In the state of florida for a dui?
There are no statutes of limitations on probation or parole violations. You've violated an order of the court, as probation is an alternative sentence to jail or prison. Statues of limitations applies to the time frame in which someone can be indicted (charged) with a crime. Since someone has to have been charged and convicted to be placed on probation there are no statues limiting the time he can be prosecuted. It would be recommended…
Provided you were both in the relationship before your conditional releases, then it is possible, if you first obtain the permission of both the parole and probation officers. If this is a relationship that developed after either of you were put on supervised release, it is more likely than either or both of you could be violated and returned to incarceration for having contact with another convicted felon.
Not knowing what was asked by the probation officer, or his intent, one can only guess at what he was seeking. Best guess is he was trying to determine if there would be any previously convicted persons living in the home with the probee. Being granted conditional release, probationers may not have contact with the previously convicted.
If your on probation in Ga what would be the guidelines for you to get it transfered to another state?
Contact your PO for specific information, but it will probably involve submitting a petition/motion to the court requesting that your probation be transferred to the other state. Remember - probation IS a sentence. Just because you're out and walking around doesn't mean you don't have restrictions on your actions and movements. The judge either will, or will not, grant your request.
If your on supervised probation and want to move to another state and the state says they wont take you and you get your probation made unsupervised than can you move to that state and your a sex offe?
Even if you are "un-supervised" your case still falls under the jurisdiction of the court of the state in which you were convicted. ALSO, as a convicted sex offender, I'm sure you are aware of the requirement of checking in and registering with law enforcement in ANY jurisdiction in which you intend to live. Best thing to do is to contact the court in which you were convicted and which placed you on probation, and…