Do I Qualify For Early Termination Of Community Supervision (Probation)?
Many find that probation (known in Texas as “community supervision”) is preferable to imprisonment. Probation places many restrictions on one’s life. Thankfully, many individuals can end their probation/community supervision early.
You may qualify for early termination of probation if:
- You have completed one-third of your probation or two years (whichever is less)
- You have paid in full any restitution payments, fines, court costs and other fees
- You have completed or will complete court-ordered counseling or treatment
- You have satisfactorily fulfilled or will fulfill the conditions of your probation
Such matters are decided on a case-to-case basis. It is important to consult with a lawyer to determine whether you are eligible for early termination.
You may also desire to consult with an attorney if you believe your probation may be revoked.
To learn more, or to speak with an attorney, reach out to Mark A. Di Carlo, PLLC. You can call him at or contact him online. Initial consultations are always free.