Motion to Terminate Probation Early and Dismiss Case Granted on a 2017 DUI Conviction!

Our office was recently retained to represent a client seeking to terminate his three-year summary probationary grant early (Penal Code section 1203.3) and seeking to dismiss the underlying charge (Penal Code section 1203.4).

Our client had originally pled to a violation of Vehicle Code section 23152(b) on May 31, 2017 and was placed on summary probation for three (3) years on the condition that he complete the 6-month alcohol education program, complete the MADD program, and pay fine and fees. Our client successfully completed all the requirements of the court and had not picked up any new offenses since this incident.

In our motion, we provided documentation that our client has reformed his behavior, that he works full-time for the county, and that he is in the process of applying for higher-level positions within his employment and that is why he is requesting this relief.

At the motion hearing, the court granted our motion to terminate our client’s probation early and dismiss the underlying charges. With this result, our client is in a better position to move up in his employment field!

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