Minimum Requirements for Early Termination of Probation
Early Termination of Probation is possible through an application to the court under Penal Code Section 1203.3. This section states that the court has the authority to terminate probation "at any time." Realistically, most courts will not even consider granting the motion for Early Termination of Probation until you have served at least half of your probation time and completed all the required terms of your probation. Also, Early Termination of Probation will generally not be granted if probation was violated at any time.
There are HUGE ADVANTAGES to Terminate Probation Early
There are huge advantages to getting your probation terminated as soon as possible. If you are accused of any future crime while on probation, you will be facing a probation violation with no right to a jury trial. You can have the best possible outcome by having an attorney on your side who specializes in Early Probation Terminations and Expungements on your side. Attorney Max Gorby will be your legal advocate when you want to terminate your probation and expunge your conviction all at the same time. Once you have terminated your probation and achieved an expungement, job opportunities will be easier to obtain, and in felony reductions and expungements, government jobs, government loans, firearms rights, and other benefits will be available to you once again.
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