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To have probation transferred, a probationer must typically file a petition with the court requesting the transfer. Only a probationer or his attorney can do that. A family member cannot. Accordingly, an individual should typically retain an attorney to petition for a transfer of probation. Probation is more likely to be transferred when both probation offices agree and when there's a good reason for a transfer (such as family reasons, job reasons, etc.). However, there's no way to predict an individual's chances, though his attorney may be able to give him a rough idea as to what he might expect the results to be after a thorough evaluation.
Further, if an individual has fulfilled the majority of the terms of probation, he may file a petition to terminate probation early. A court also has the discretion to grant such a petition if the court sees fit. That will usually depend on the individual's conduct and the portion of probation he has already fulfilled.
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