Federal Court Early Termination of Supervision
Early termination of probation or supervised release means asking the court to terminate the period of supervision before the court ordered term has expired. For instance, if a federal court ordered a person to serve 24 months on probation, a motion for early termination of probation would request that probation be terminated successfully after only 12 months. In federal court, most offenses are not eligible for expungement, so early termination of supervised release is the only option (apart from a presidential pardon) to move forward from the conviction. The Law Office of David Reagan represents clients in the Northern and Eastern Districts of California for early termination of probation and supervised release. We have experience with the strict formalities of federal court and will be sure to present the best arguments for early termination. Contact our office today for a free consultation.
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About David Reagan
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