I'm a Florida criminal defense attorney and I've handled many early termination of probation cases.
So you know, its not a letter you need but a motion. It would be titled Motion for Early Termination of Probation. While I don't have your specific facts and can't write the motion, I can provide a template for you.
If you have any pleadings from your case; the charging document, motions filed by your attorney, the discovery document provided by the state attorney; they will have the "style" or heading for the case....use that at the top of the motion.
The motion would state the following:
Obviously, you need to fill in the specific facts of your case. Keep in mind, as a person representing yourself, you do not need to be perfect, you just need to make it clear what you're trying to accomplish.
Once the motion is drafted, file it with the clerk of court and send copies to the state attorney and your probation officer. Next, contact the judge's assistant and request a hearing on your motion.
Assuming everything I stated above is accurate, it is quite likely the judge will grant the relief you're requesting.
That would be highly unlikely, however, it is certainly possible that the assigned judge does things a bit more informally than the norm. My suggestion would be to call the judicial assistant (JA) tomorrow morning. Tell her you're a bit confused because you've been told that the judge wants a letter but you believe a motion would be the normal way of doing things.
With this in mind, ask the JA what her judge requires. If she says it's a motion, then draft it as I detailed above. If it's a letter, then simply write the letter in your own words being certain to outline all the issues I detailed above.
Again, you shouldn't get too worried about any specific format. I can assure you that judges do NOT expect non-lawyers to draft perfect documents. Just write it from the heart and you'll be just fine.
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