Motion to Terminate Probation Early Is Granted on June 14, 2019
Our client was placed on summary probation for a period of 36 months following her conviction. She then sought out our services to attempt
to terminate her probation early so that she could continue with higher education. After the filing of an appropriate motion, the
prosecutor agreed to not oppose our motion. As such, on June 14, 2019, the court granted our motion and the Defendant now can advance in
her educational career which was being hindered by the status of her probation.
CLICK HERE to see the motion, the prosecutor’s non-opposition and the court’s order granting the motion to terminate probation.
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