NO. won't be discharged by the court or the sentencing judge, Restitution is ordered to repay the victim. I suppose that if the victim gave you something saying they did not want the restitution and waived their right to it the court would discharge it. Good luck. Hope this helps?
The order to pay restitution is a part of your sentence. It will continue until paid or until death unless at some point the court were to modify the order for some reason. None comes to mind.
After all, it is possible you might spend 2 bucks and win a powerball lottery tonight. There's no real incentive for the court to modify the order as a result.
According to 11 U.S.C. § 523 - Exceptions to Discharge, it is not dischargeable in bankruptcy (for a couple of reasons). You are going to just have to continue making payments unless, as Mr. Pate stated, you hit a windfall and can pay it off.