First DWI In San Antonio, Texas.
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The judge won't extend your boyfriend's probation if he stays current on all of his fees, fines, and court costs, and follows all the terms and conditions of his probation, including reporting in person as requested by his probation officer. He is going to need an attorney to approach the judge about alternative reporting and being able to move, maybe even to file a motion and have a hearing; though hopefully there won't be a hearing, but it's possible. Depends on the court and the judge. Also, if it's a legitimate job opportunity, enhancing what he does here, rather than just taking a job to be with his girlfriend (no offense intended) which would be differently viewed if you were married, e.g. Good Luck!
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If he has complied with all his probation requirements the court may let him report by mail. This would be the only alternative and it is up to the judge. An attorney would be needed to go talk to the judge. Most experienced criminal defense lawyers like myself will offer you a free consultation
He will, absolute, positively, NOT get off of probation early.
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