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I have a probation Q, say a engaged couple were co-defendants in a federal crime and both plead guilty, one did a years time and the other got probation, and they had recently had a child, now when one gets out, they are both told that they can not have any contact whatsoever, They have a child together and were planning on getting married. Can this be so? Is there anything they can do or do they have to part ways for how ever the probation lasts? In SC..



When you're on probation your life is not your own. Think about it this way, the gov't gave you a gift by not making you serve time in prison. Being released does not mean being free so while probation lasts you have to abide by the conditions or go back to prison.

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