Thanks for the additional information.
here is how early release from probation works in GA. In order to qualify for early release, any conditions of probation---such as the fines, community service and the family intervention class MUST first be completed before you can qualify.
After you have done everything required of your probation, with the exception of the time of probation, you may file a Motion with the court
in the county where you were sentenced, and seek to have the probation terminated so that you may enter into the military.
Essentially, when the court is satisfied that termination would be in the best interest of justice
and the welfare of society, the court may discharge you from the sentence
Fortunately, early termination of probation to enter the military is typically seen as a good reason for the court to act. Just be sure to get your other requirements out of the way first as a showing of good faith to the court.
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