Probation is often preferable to spending time behind bars, but this does not always mean that it is an easy process to navigate. Probation usually requires you to walk a legal tight rope. For this reason, getting early termination when possible can be helpful. Criminal Defense Attorney Brian P. Gabriel of The Law Office of Gabriel & Gabriel can guide you through this process to understand what is required to request early termination and how likely you are to get it.
Early termination is never guaranteed, but when you have an experienced criminal defense attorney by your side, your chances are inherently better than trying to go it alone. Mr. Gabriel has successfully negotiated with prosecutors for hundreds of clients who have followed the rules to be rewarded with early termination, allowing them to move on with their lives.
What is Early Probation Termination?
Upon receiving probation as a sentence for a crime in Florida, the court will lay out specific rules and parameters to which you must adhere for the entire term. You often have to pay fines, engage in corrective actions and take other steps that show the court you have learned from your mistakes. In some instances, you may complete all of these steps in record time and do everything the court has asked of you without any issues.
Florida statutes note that when this happens and if you have not violated the terms of your probation, the Department of Corrections may recommend early termination to the court.
Qualifying Factors for Early Termination of Probation
Qualifying factors for early probation termination vary from person to person. In most instances, you are more likely to qualify if you have served at least half of your term and have fulfilled all the conditions associated with your probation. Other factors may play favorably for you, including maintaining steady employment, paying all of your fines promptly, and continuing your education (where applicable).
The more you can show the court that you are an upstanding and contributing member of society, the more likely you will be granted early release from probation. Having the proper criminal defense representation to help you navigate this process is crucial. Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Gabriel has over 30 years of experience in this area and has helped countless others to achieve the same result.
Work with an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney to Qualify for Early Termination from Probation
If you are seeking early termination from probation, your best chance of getting it is with the help of a qualified, experienced criminal defense attorney. Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Gabriel will ensure that you have done everything necessary to qualify for early termination, increasing the prosecution’s chances of agreeing. This is a strategy that he has confidently employed for numerous clients. Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Gabriel has spent over 30 years helping clients secure an early exit from probation. He will handle your case using all the knowledge and skill developed over the span of his career.