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Your probation period can legally be terminated at any moment, but you need to get your judge on your side.

In order to appeal to the court, you need a solid case and a savvy lawyer. TT Attorney can help!

Ending your probation in Georgia

Probation is a typical sentence after a misdemeanor or criminal charge in the state of Georgia. Even a smaller charge like possession of marijuana can get you a year of probation, limiting where you can go and what you can do.

However, if you keep a clean record and avoid further charges, you can appeal to the court for early termination. You might qualify for shorter probation if any of the following describe you:

  • Your charge was a misdemeanor and you’ve already completed one year of probation.
  • You got a felony and have already finished 18 months of probation.
  • You followed the terms set by the court, (paid your fines, attended classes, worked your community service hours, etc).
  • You’ve maintained a clean record since your conviction.

If that describes your situation but you’re still on probation, TT Attorney can help you appeal to the ruling and get your restrictions lifted.

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A Reminder

Each case is treated differently and your probation can continue or come to an end depending on how the judge determines your case and your character. That’s why it’s imperative you get a good lawyer.

Ready to terminate your probation?

Let TT Attorney appeal to the court for you. Our legal team knows Georgia law inside and out and can help you find the best defense possible to help end your probation early.

Contact us today and tell us about your case.

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