i had a split restitution for being an accomplice to a burglary. we both paid the entire restitution off and court costs as well. i wrote to tell the judge that i had paid if off and he replied by creating a court hearing, does that mean that i may get off probation?
Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney
Many people post questions here asking about their chances in court. No one online can validly predict what the future holds. The subject penalties may be based on a myriad of reasons. Many factors such as age, prosecutor discretion, what judge you have, whether witnesses are credible all matter and that makes it near impossible to say "can i get off ".
Check with a Montgomery lawyer in your locale to discuss more of the details.
Good luck to you.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Payment of restitution can be a basis for early termination of probation in many states. In general you will also have to have served half of your probation to get an early termination. I am not an AL lawyer so I cannot say what an AL court will do but if I were you I'd certainly bring proof of restitution to the hearing and ask for early termination. The one thing you will never get is the thing you don't ask for.