I got a vechlicar assault 2nd
If your PO agrees, he can take care of it. If he does not agree, you will have a tough battle before the judge.
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Probation can terminate you early. Short of that you have to file and serve a motion. You are not likely to succeed if Probation opposes.
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Your probation officer should be consulted. You are most likely to succeed if your PO supports or at least does not object. The Court in which you were sentenced will need to decide. You can ask your attorney to make the application. If you have a supporting reason, such as a job or entry into a program or the military it can be helpful to advise the Court.
If the PO agrees that you should be released early it will be no problem. Talk to the PO first before you spend money on a lawyer.
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