You must complete all of your conditions and pay all your court ordered financial obligations. Then a motion to early terminate can be filed. Be advised that some judges require you complete 1/2 of your probation before you terminate.
If you have satisfied all of your conditions of probation and have not had any violations, your chances are good. You must file a motion for early termination and have it set before the judge who sentenced you. It is always beneficial to have an attorney represent you. An attorney can review your probation order to determine whether there were special conditions such as the completion of half the term as Ms. Glenn mentioned. This is common in many jurisdictions.
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You need to have completed all your conditions of probation first and foremost. Then, assuming there was no agreement to NOT let you off probation early, then you can file a motion with the court to let you off probation early. Getting an attorney would help considerably.Ask a similar question
If it is not "auto-term" probation and early termination is permissible, a motion must be filed for early termination of probation.
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The most important thing in my opinion is a favorable recommendation from your probation officer, which will usually been good about completing the terms of probation, paying restitution, of course, not being violated, pretty much common sense stuff. Then you need to get back before the court, which will require a motion and a hearing. A lot of people who could get this done fail to do it, then get violated and want to kick themselves because they could have gotten off and fail to do it!!!Ask a similar question
Normally have everything completed with no violations of probation and at least half f the probationary term completed. It's best to get an attorney to file the motion for you.
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