Answered on Jun 04th, 2012 at 8:24 AM
You were already told by the decision maker what it will take. Probation has control and discretion, and the court will generally almost always uphold by their decision. Despite that warning, the defendant's attorney could file a motion in the sentencing court to seek transfer, but the probation dept in each state has to formally agree to do so. The attorney will know what pleadings, declarations, legal authority, etc. is necessary to TRY for transfer.