Yes, you can petition the court for an early end of your probation. But you will be far more likely to get it allowed if you get an attorney to put together the argument for you. Preferably an attorney who practices regularly in that court. Yes, it will go much better for you if you already have a job in SC. Although, it is possible to get early termination without a job. The most important person in all of this, in my opinion, is your probation officer. If s/he supports this that will weigh greatly in your favor. So get a lawyer, get your PO on board, and good luck!
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The only information I can add to the current answers is that it may be possible to have your probation "transferred" to South Carolina. This is an alternative option if the Court is unwilling to end your probation early. If you have completed all of your mandatory OUI probation obligations, the transferred probation will likely be administrative only - meaning, you may only have to check in with your probation officer periodically and avoid getting arrested. To echo attorney Redmond's advice..........speak to your probation officer!! If they are not on board with your request, there may not be much that a lawyer can do for you. The court will likely defer to probation.
Talk to you probation officer, that will be instrumental in allowing the transfer to SC.
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You can do it yourself, but a lawyer could be helpful.
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