You are obviously a good candidate for early termination. Before doing anything, consult with some Gwinnett lawyers about Judge Davis's proclivities. Some judges don't like to early terminate, and others don't like to early terminate in first offender cases.
If you have completed everything I would hire a local lawyer, and apply now.
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It sounds like to me that based upon what you are saying, you are ready to apply for early termination now. You need to hire a lawyer in Georgia to file a motion for early termination. He/she can put together a presentation to the judge on how you have abided by all of the conditions and have done well on probation. You might want to talk to the Georgia probation officer and see what he/she thinks about it. Based upon what you are saying, the probation officer may be inclined to do the request for early termination for you.
If you have completed all of the conditions of probations, including, but not limited to payment of all fines, proof of negative drug screens for the period as mentioned, 3 1/2 years, you can contact the probation officer in TN to request approval from local Gwinnett County probation officer to petition for early termination of probation. Generally, if all fines have been paid, proof of satisfying all other conditions, the court is in a better position to approve early termination, and/or approve non-reporting status.
I'm a former judge and you sound light years ahead of what Judge Davis and I are used to hearing. A few questions;
Are all your fines and court costs paid?
How long have you held your current job?
Would your employer give an affidavit or travel with you to a hearing on this topic?
I would research some criminal defense attorneys in Gwinnett County and petition for early release. Either if the judge doesn't order it immediately he could reduce you to "non-supervised probation and if no further problems for 12 months, then automatically terminated.
Sounds like you have a handle on life- congrats on your progress!