As stated, yes, if your probation officer agrees and so recommends and court so grants. In short, it can be done with permission. Start with simply asking your P.O. and go from there. Usually, given all that you have done, length of time on.... if get half way through a five year probation, early discharge is more common than not. Most of all, let your attorney do this for you. Should have more pull with P.O. and court than you if worth a darn. Good luck. Sincerely, Harley O. Wagner, Esq. - www.WestVirginiaDUILawyers.com
Yes you can get off probation early. Ask your probation officer to schedule a hearing to review your probation. You may need an attorney to represent you this review hearing and it may be well worth it if you can get off probation.
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As explained before in an excellent fashion, an early parole termination shall be done via a scheduled court hearing and the presiding judge's order. Request the PO to send the case to court for such hearing, retain a criminal attorney and assemble mitigating evidence for early termination.
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