To be eligible for naturalization you must prove to be a person of "good moral character" for the statutory period. Someone still under any sort of probation does not qualify.
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No, if you are on probation, your application for citizenship will be denied. You should wait to apply until after your probation ends and also consult with an immigration attorney that can help you gather evidence to show that you have "reformed" when you submit your N-400.
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