so my probation officer sent in the paper work for me to get off probation 4 months early. i have completed everything they have asked and paid off fines. i have also went to out patient treatment on my own and went to at least 5 aa/na meetings a week for the last 13 months.
The chances are only as good as your attorney.
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You can file and with probation officer approval it will be granted.
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Good chances if presented properly. Good luck.
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