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Early Termination of Probation

Some criminal offenders are released from imprisonment early on probation or are granted probation as a part of their sentence. These offenders may want to terminate their probation early for a number of reasons. Any ex-offender can be granted an early termination of probation as long as they follow a required procedure and meet certain eligibility requirements.

There are a variety of benefits for terminating probation early, including the offender will no longer be required to attend classes, pay monthly supervision fees, submit to random drug or alcohol classes, and will be permitted to leave the city or state.

Even if you believe you are not eligible for early termination of probation because your sentencing judge stated you were not eligible, the offender may still be allowed to terminate their probation early. Under Florida law, anyone can petition for early termination of probation, regardless of whether the judge said at the sentencing for the underlying offense you were not eligible for early termination of probation. According to Florida Statutes ยง 984.05, the court is permitted to terminate probation at any time for any reason.


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