Yes. Oklahoma 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.)
Oklahoma Shorten Probation:
Oklahoma Statutes §22-982av1. Judicial review.
A. Any time within twelve (12) months after a sentence is imposed or within twelve (12) months after probation has been revoked, the court imposing sentence or revocation of probation may modify such sentence or revocation by directing that another penalty be imposed, if the court is satisfied that the best interests of the public will not be jeopardized. This section shall not apply to convicted felons who have been in confinement in any state prison system for any previous felony conviction during the ten-year period preceding the date that the sentence this section applies to was imposed. Further, without the consent of the district attorney, this section shall not apply to sentences imposed pursuant to a plea agreement.
B. For purposes of judicial review, upon court order or written request from the sentencing judge, the Department of Corrections shall provide the court imposing sentence or revocation of probation with a report to include a summary of the offender's assessed needs, any progress made by the offender in addressing his or her assessed needs, and any other information the Department can supply on the inmate. The court shall consider such reports when modifying the sentence or revocation of probation. The court shall allow the Department of Corrections at least twenty (20) days after receipt of a request or order from the court to prepare the required reports.
C. If the court considers modification of the sentence or revocation of probation, a hearing shall be made in open court after receipt of the reports required in subsection B of this section. The clerk of the court imposing sentence or revocation of probation shall give notice of the judicial review hearing to the Department of Corrections, the inmate, the inmate’s legal counsel, and the district attorney of the county in which the inmate was convicted upon receipt of the reports. Such notice shall be mailed at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the hearing date and shall include a copy of the report and any other written information to be considered at the judicial review hearing.D. If an appeal is taken from the original sentence or from a revocation of probation which results in a modification of the sentence or modification to the revocation of probation of the defendant, such sentence may be further modified in the manner hereinbefore described within twelve (12) months after the receipt by the clerk of the district court of the mandate from the Supreme Court or the Court of Criminal Appeals.
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