Thank you for the clarification.
Unfortunately, it is not my fault that the county where you got your probation doesn't let you file conveniently on line or that your state does not have a template on the web. To rate me as a poor expert over something that's entirely out of my control is disingenous.
Nevertheless. the answer was given to you. The clerk of the court should have some kind of template. I did find this, but I really don't think it goes far enough to enumerate why the judge should do this for you. (see link)
You would want to have a written recommendation from your present PO and attach it as an addendum. And you should enumerate the points that make you a good candidate for this.
You need to show the following things:
- That you've met all of your sentencing requirements.
- that you've complied with the conditions of your supervision.
- that your adjustment under supervision has been satisfactory or better (here's where you would refer to the recoomendation of your PO and let them know it's attached.
- that there are no known reasons that you can't be considered for early termination
-That you've satisfied all of financial obligations.
And you'd end it by asking for a hearing on the matter.
If you can get the approval of the prosecutor, you would mention this as well, as that's a plus. You would file a copy with the court (the court clerk would tell you where you'd have to go to do that since procedures change from court to court) and serve a copy on the prosecutor.
When you are given a date, you'd go in and ask for the termination. As long as probation is in your corner and backs you, that's usually all it really takes. Although the judge doesn't have to see it the way probation does, they usually give probation's opinion great weight. If the DA also will not oppose it, the judge will likely grant it despite the nature of the case.