You need a DUI attorney who is experienced with motions to terminate probation per 1203.3 and then you will also be eligible for expungement per 1203.4 (if the probation is terminated). You may also be eligible to have probation converted to summary (informal) probation if the court is unwilling to terminate.
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Although you don't state the charge, if you are on formal probation, I am assuming you plead to a felony DUI. As has already been stated, you may be able to have your matter reduced and then expunged, or obtain a modification of probation, from formal to summary. Among other things, the Judge will focus on the charge, how far into the probation period you are, whether the conditions of probation have been complied with ( which you state, they have) and whether or not probation has been violated.
As my colleagues have stated, you have several options, but you need help. Contact some lawyers and take advantage of the fact that many of us on Avvo provide a free consultation.
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