While you are on probation, the court retains the right to revoke, modify, or terminate any of the terms of probation; this also applies to criminal protective orders in a domestic violence case.
Working with Proper Defense we will file a motion with the court showing that you have had good conduct since your conviction, that you have been rehabilitated, and that the ends of justice will be served by terminating/modifying your probation.
Next, a Proper Defense attorney will go to court to argue on your behalf. Once probation is terminated we can move forward with a dismissal of the case form your record.
Call Proper Defense today to get the ball rolling at 559-314-4233.