Your probation MUST be terminated.
You read that correctly. The Judge is bound by Florida Law to terminate your probation if you meet the following criteria:
1. You were sentenced to probation on or after October 1, 2019;
2. You completed at least half of the term of your probation term;
3. You have completed all of the conditions of your probation (community service hours; classes; restitution; etc...);
4. You have not violated your probation;
5. The terms of your plea agreement or sentence did not expressly forbid early termination of probation;
6. You do not qualify as a Violent Felony Offender of Special Concern (VFOSC).
If you meet these criteria Florida Law requires that the Judge SHALL terminate your probation if you file a Motion to Terminate Probation.
So...what are you waiting for?
If you satisfy the criteria set forth above and you meet all six requirements, you should be moving to terminate your probation.
Contact me if you are on probation in Miami-Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach County and you want to get off that probation now!