I was place on CC may 18 2016, my County I got in trouble in is Okaloosa County I live in Hillsborough County currently. I have completed everything, paid everything my cc said she would sign my papers on April 18 since it takes 2 to 3 weeks to get a court date and the fact I have to travel 7 hours back home for court. She making me do all the work on having to file the motion since I want to get off early but she has no problem with me getting terminated. My only worry is will the judge deny me if I'm a week or 2 early from my actual half way point ? Even though she signing the paper to terminate me?
First, this is not in any way a guardianship matter. This is a criminal issue so I am changing the area of practice accordingly. With that said, there is no way for a bunch of random attorneys to know what your judge will do in any given instance. I suggest you to talk to your CCO, who will be in a much better position to know what your judge will do. Also, does it matter? You are either going to get off early or you are not. This falls under the categories of "You never know until you try" and "Expect the best, but plan for the worst."
The probation officer can agree to not fight early termination. But it is not her job to set an early termination hearing with the court. It will be up to the judge whether or not to approve it. My suggestion, however would be to submit after the halfway mark has past. Judges are not required to agree to early termination and no one on this forum can tell what the judge will do. If you had an attorney contact him/her.
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