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In some cases, yes. Depending on the terms of your probationyou will have some restrictions about who you can see. Courts have a lot of discretion over what you can and cannot do on probation.
And your probation officer is responsible for making sure that you follow the rules. But in most cases, a probation officer will probably not keep you away from your spouse. There are other reasons your probation officer could deny you the opportunity to see your spouse.
They have wide discretion over your life. However, these are some of the most common reasons. You have the right to challenge any of your probation terms. If you think the terms of your probation, including a rule about seeing your spouse, are unfair, you can ask a court to change them. Your probation officer can keep you from your spouse. There are some situations, such as if your spouse is a known criminal, that they would be likely to do so.
If they do and you do not agree, you can petition that term of probation in court. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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