I am not sure if there is a program in any particular county that is a vehicle whereby the Judge can terminate your probation early. I have not seen one in a while. On the other hand if a Military recruiter is anxious to have you enlist, they can have a potentially positive impact upon a Judges decision to terminate your probation early. The common thought is that you should wait half way before filing such a motion; however, I think that it does not hurt to try even though it does truthfully sound like an uphill battle!
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You have all of the right ideas, for all the right reasons and I wish you luck.
Unfortunately, the odds of having your probation early terminated (ET'd) before you have successfully served at least 50% are very slim (not impossible, but very slim). Further, it is entirely possible that the Air Force will not accept your enlistment even after your probationary period has ended. (In that regard you should inquire. The link is: https://www.airforce.com/contact-us/faq/eligibility/?m=2013easearch&pl=google&med=cpc ).
In regard to your probation, please take a look at my Avvo Legal Guide on surviving probation / CC in Florida. It contains information on petitioning the court to modify probation.
(See: http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/probation-in-florida--what-it-is-and-how-to-survive-it ).
I hope that this has been helpful and wish you the best of luck!
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Typically, you need to complete close to half of your probation to terminate early. However,, that is just a rule of thumb and not a Florida law so it is worth a shot. If your attorney can get your probation officer and the prosecutor on board, then your chances will increase greatly. Good luck!
You can always petition the court to terminate your probation early. The worst thing that can happen is that the judge says no. You should probably have something in writing to confirm you can enter the armed forces so long as you are off probation (such as a letter from your recruiter) and proof that you are enrolled in school. Good luck!