Motion to Terminate Probation Early Pursuant to PC 1203.3 Granted on Vehicle Code section 23152(b) Offense!

Recently in Los Angeles County at the San Fernando Courthouse we successfully litigated a motion to terminate probation early pursuant to Penal Code section 1203.3 for our client that had pled to Vehicle Code section 23152(b).

At the time that our client pled he was a green card holder and his status was set to expire in April of 2019. Our client was eligible to obtain his lawful permanent resident status expect for the fact that he was on summary probation for this offense. Our client was at risk of losing his employment given that his immigration status had expired and needed to terminate probation early to keep his employment and obtain lawful status in the United States.

During our client’s probationary term for this offense he had violated probation for picking up a new offense. The prosecution indicated that they were going to oppose early termination for this reason. Our office then filed a supplement to our motion demonstrating our client’s successful completion of all the terms of his sentence and his commitment to his employment, wife and siblings.

At the hearing on the motion the prosecution submitted on our motion and the court granted the motion. With this result, our client can now move forward with seeking his lawful permanent resident status and avoid losing his employment.

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