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Posted over 1 year ago.

Alright, well I guess I'll comply with the terms of my probation (finish DUI classes and pay fine) and then seek early termination. Thank you!

Christine C McCall
Christine C McCall, Administrative Law Lawyer - Pasadena, CA
Posted over 1 year ago.

In my view, both 1203.4 dismissal and early termination of probation, if even available to this examinee, are not critical or important at this point in time. The State Bar will not be moved by the asker obtaining either of these statutory remedies. These are simply not critical factors that are going to have any determinative affect in this licensing matter, and chasing these remedies is a distraction that will not deliver the intended results.

Michael Korry Bialys
Michael Korry Bialys, Criminal Defense Attorney - Newbury Park, CA
Posted over 1 year ago.

Christine, i would have to imagine non-compliance with the terms of conditions of probation can only hurt, regardless of the 1203.3 or 1203.4 remedies.

Christine C McCall
Christine C McCall, Administrative Law Lawyer - Pasadena, CA
Posted over 1 year ago.

Yes, of course. I didn't mean to suggest otherwise. I don't think post-conviction remedies can make much of a difference in this asker's case, but the critical fact is indeed the failure to complete the probation.