Terminate Your Federal Supervised Release or Probation Now

Did you know? Most people on federal supervision can have their cut short by filing a motion to the court. PCR Consultants is dedicated to helping clients obtain this early release from the United States Probation Office by helping them create this document.

Our clients are former inmates of the Bureau of Prisons, or those sentenced to only probation. Most people who want to shorten their term of probation (or supervised release) don’t know how to do it. The good news? No lawyer is needed and in most cases there is no court hearing at all.

You can create your own documents online by using our self-help system. We ask for all the needed information, then we create all the court-tested documents needed to apply for your early release request. Its simple, easy to use, and best of all, you never have to leave your desk.

Submit the paperwork on your own with our self help system and terminate your probation as soon as you can. Questions? Check out our FAQ page on the subject, or read our e-book for a detailed explanation of policies, procedures, and laws guiding the courts on ending federal supervised release early.

Get Started Today

To get started now, go to our document creation system and sign up by clicking the button below.
Try it out and see a free sample of the full documentation before you purchase!

 

Learn More

To learn all about early termination, from basics to filing procedures, buy our e-book for $11.99.

 

For the time being, the e-book is risk free! If you decide to buy the document creation service later, the price of the book is automatically deducted from your purchase price.

Our Services Work!

You can see testimonials and court orders releasing some of our past clients at our testimonials page.

Feel free to comment there and tell us about your success with our services. If you’d like your case featured, please send us an e-mail and we’ll get it up on the site.

Even More Information

Read more about federal probation, supervised release, parole, and getting free of the system here.

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