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You May be Able to Terminate Your North Carolina Probation Early.

  Can you terminate North Carolina probation early?

  Yes.  North Carolina law gives judges the authority to release defendants from probation early.  (Generally, to be released from probation early you have to pay off your fines, complete at least half of your probation and complete all court ordered classes and treatment.)

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Law> North Carolina Law> North Carolina Code> Chapter 15A — Criminal Procedure Act.> North Carolina General Statutes 15A-1342. Incidents of probation.

North Carolina General Statutes 15A-1342. Incidents of probation.

(a) Period.  The court may place a convicted offender on probation for the appropriate period as specified in G.S. 15A‑1343.2(d), not to exceed a maximum of five years. The court may place a defendant as to whom prosecution has been deferred on probation for a maximum of two years. The probation remains conditional and subject to revocation during the period of probation imposed, unless terminated as provided in subsection (b) or G.S. 15A‑1341(c).

Extension.  The court with the consent of the defendant may extend the period of probation beyond the original period (i) for the purpose of allowing the defendant to complete a program of restitution, or (ii) to allow the defendant to continue medical or psychiatric treatment ordered as a condition of the probation. The period of extension shall not exceed three years beyond the original period of probation. The special extension authorized herein may be ordered only in the last six months of the original period of probation. Any probationary judgment form provided to a defendant on supervised probation shall state that probation may be extended pursuant to this subsection.

(b) Early Termination.  The court may terminate a period of probation and discharge the defendant at any time earlier than that provided in subsection (a) if warranted by the conduct of the defendant and the ends of justice.
  My Story:  I'm a regular guy who got into trouble and pled guilty to a felony.  I went to prison and served my time.  I was always on my best behavior.  I paid off my fines early and complied with the judge's orders.  To make a long story short, I was able to get off probation two years early.  I wrote and filed my motion to terminate probation early by myself.  I didn't have the money to hire a lawyer.  I can assure you that my story is completely true. 

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  Good luck with everything.

  J Jones 
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