It IS possible to obtain an early termination of probation. After doing some research, I found that judges usually will NOT grant a termination of probation until you have served at least 1 year of your sentence.
Below is a link to an attorney's office in Colorado. I am NOT making a referral to this attorney. However, the information provided in the link is VERY informational. The information speaks to the process for getting your probation terminated early, including the factors that the judge considers in his/her decision for early termination.
Valid reasons to terminate your probation early may include (but are not limited to) the fact that your probation is keeping you from securing gainful employment, preventing you from advancing at work, or restricting necessary travel.
Colorado Law gives the court the discretion to grant a request for early termination of probation at any time during the probation period. In practice, as I stated, however, most judges want to see people complete at least 12 to 18 months of the probation before they will seriously consider the motion.
Another option that you may wish to consider if the judge denies your request to terminate your probation early, is to ask the judge if you can change your probation to "non-reporting" probation, especially since you have completed all of the classes, etc. that the judge required. Moreover, even if you are put on "non-reporting" probation, if your new employment takes you out of the state of Colorado, you will have to ask the permission of the probation officer and the judge to leave the state.
If the judge denies your request for "non-reporting" probation, you may wish to request that your reporting requirements be relaxed (for example, report quarterly, or even ask to report by telephone).
Finally, you may wish to contact an attorney in your area who specializes in criminal law. Sometimes, an initial consultation is free or at a minimal charge. You can discuss the specific facts of your case, the fact that the probation officer does NOT object to early termination of your probation, and any other relevant information.
Below is a link to a Colorado attorney referral page.
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