Supervised Release Termination Testimonials

Client Satisfaction at its Best

Supervised release termination, or early termination of federal probation, as a major part of what we do here at PCR Consultants. It is important for present and future clients to hear from the ones that came before them. Here is what one client had to say:

“I am extremely happy to tell you that the court has granted [my] motion for termination of supervised release!!! I can’t tell you how happy and grateful I am to you and your team! You did a brilliant job and I am happy to refer you to anyone I know that might need your services.”
– Ben

Ben’s supervised release termination ended 18-months before its natural expiration. His last name and case number have been withheld per his request.

Handling Supervised Release Termination

There is a big landscape of federal law and court decisions that guide judges when making decisions on whether or not to grant a defendant’s request to gain early release from federal supervision. Policy set forth by the US Sentencing Commission adds flavor to Title 18 of the United States Code, which tells judges what they must consider when a request like this comes to their desk.

Then there are studies, papers, data, and re-offense concerns that factor in. Using all these factors, plus a few items from our proprietary “Trick Bag”, PCR Consultants enjoys a very high success rate with clients seeking early termination of their supervised release or probation.

Our Services Work!

Follow the links below for judicial orders in favor of some our successful supervised release termination clients.

Supervision terminated within a week of request! (May 2014)

Supervised Release ended before two full years were served.

Supervised Release cut immediately.

Supervised Release ended over two years early, before half of the term was served!
(Client names redacted to protect privacy)

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