Post-Conviction Relief! Penal Code section 1203.3 Motion to Terminate Probation Early and Penal Code section 1203.4 Motion to Dismiss Granted!

Recently, in Los Angeles County at the Bellflower Courthouse our office successfully litigated a joint Penal Code § 1203.3/1203.4 motion to terminate probation early and dismiss the charge for our client’s Vehicle Code section 1203.3 Reckless Driving charge.

Our client is in the process of applying to law school and attempting to advance his career by applying for promotions and other employment positions. The fact that he was on active probation and the status of his conviction had the potential to negatively impact his educational and career pursuits.

Our office filed a motion to terminate probation early so that our client was placed in the best position to promote. Our client had successfully completed all of the sentence requirements of his conviction and had already served 26 months out of the 36 months he was ordered to serve on probation.

At the hearing on the motion, the court granted our motion to terminate probation early and granted our motion to dismiss pursuant to Penal Code section 1203.4!

With this result, our client is placed in the best position to pursue his career and educational goals!

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