The answer to your question depends on such factors as your obtaining and working closely with a qualified lawyer, which felony crimes you were originally convicted of, the length of the suspended portion of your felony sentence, your criminal record, your performance otherwise on probation, the judge and prosecutor involved in your case, what new crime you were convicted of and the related circumstances, and what you have done to better yourself to show the extent to which you will not commit new crimes.
All the best to you.
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