Sorry to chime in so late here but the State Attorney can drop the charges before, after or at the arraignment. There is a big difference in probable cause for the arrest, the standard needed to file the charges and actually proving the charge at trial. Good luck if this is your case!
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I think it is great that you completed everything and you really have an excellent reason to terminate your probation early. If you would like us to specifically address how to file a motion to terminate probation, feel free to call me at 407-588-6714.
Possibly yes. The lawyer will likely file for a rule to show cause in front of the Judge who can order you arrested if there was not good reason you failed to show. Subpoenas are not a joke. Please take them very seriously.
I can not say in every case that your son's DWI will show up on a Florida driving record but it does show up in some cases. The best thing is for your son to order a Florida Driving record to see if it shows up.