I want off of this probation because the burden is my family and I want to move out of state and this is preventing me from doing so which I stated in motion for early termination
So do 99% of the people that are on probation. Here's the bottom line, you can ask for early release, but they absolutely do NOT have to grant your request. I kind of have to wonder what happens to your request if the state just refuses to take any action. I do not know the answer to that question, but a local attorney either would or would know where to find it.
I wrote all the details to give informed background on the case in hopes of getting some advice that would apply instead of "nobody knows what'll happen
Sometimes that the only answer. A lot of times it depends on the actual question asked. Since no one here could possibly know what the stae is doing or will do and no way to know what the judge might do, the only answer is nobody really knows.
I was prepared to go to trial until I found out just how incompetent of an attorney I had foolishly hired, he did pretty much nothing in regards of my case,i ended up firing him and getting a Public Defender
Lawyers are not magicians with magical fairy dust to spread around to make charges disappear. If you didn't like how he handled your case and you fired him, so be it. If you then somehow managed to qualify for a PD after paying another attorney, good on you. Your PD worked up a deal that appealed to you at the time. Now you want out of the probabtion terms, but no guarantees that this will happen. Sometimes "you pays your moneys and you takes your chances".
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