Early Release from Federal Probation – Success

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Our Services Work!

We offer easy, fast, and affordable services to help clients gain early release from federal probation, or supervised release (as the case may be). You can see our main page on our services at our service’s main page.

The actual filing of a motion to gain early release from federal probation can be complicated or simple, depending on the district in which the filing is submitted. However, district courts can be very forgiving of pro se clients at that low of a level, because judges realize that defendants aren’t professional attorneys. However, writing a letter to a judge, or submitting a fill-in-the-blank motion can be a mistake.

What if that judge isn’t in a very forgiving mood that day? Chances are, your request for early release from federal probation gets denied for a procedural error without even being considered.

Here at PCR Consultants, we ensure that your paperwork speaks the Court’s “language”, and that language is legalese. With proper paperwork, and well-formed arguments using the eight laws and nine policies judges consider when these requests make it to their desk, we turbo-charge what would normally be a best-guess attempt at gaining early termination.

Here’s the Proof!

Follow the link below to see what a judicial order in favor of one of our clients looks like. In this specific case, early release from federal probation came at about the halfway point of supervision

Supervised Release ended before two full years were served.
(Client name redacted to protect privacy)

2020 Early Release Grants

Here is a collage of early release orders in the first half of 2020. This is only a small subset of our successful early terminations this year, but the image makes our point! As always, client names and case numbers are withheld pursuant to our privacy policy.

Orders Granting Early Termination of Federal Supervised Release

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4 thoughts on “Early Release from Federal Probation – Success”

  1. Emmanuel Banks

    i was released in 2009 and have been on supervised release for 2 years and 4 months. i believe i may fall under a law that was passed in 1996 which requires you serve 1/3 of your supervised release. i was sentenced to 6 years of supervised release after completing a term of 57 months… hope to hear from you soon.

  2. i was sentenced to 37 mths in federal prison…i was released from federal prison jan18th, 2011..they sent me to a 1/2 way house for 6 months..i was released from the 1/2 way house and home confinement july 13th, 2011..i have 3 yrs federal probation to do now..am i eliglable for early release or termination of this probation??? i am also on texas tdc parole..i don’t need both of these agency’s monitoring me..and want to get rid of the fedral probation its the longest and strictest..it has kept me from getting a couple of jobs due to the limitations they put on my travel area..please get back to me asap..its best to call..903-283 2345..thank you..

  3. ITS NICE TO HEAR THAT SOMEONE CAN COME HOME. MY SISTER HAS BEEN INCARSERATED FOR 1 YEAR 2 MONTHS AND 12 DAYS ON A 10 YEAR SENTENCE. HER EARLIEST RELEASE IS 4/15/2012. THEY WILL NOT LET HER GO AND THE HOUSE WAS APPROVED. TOMORROW IS HER BIRTHDAY AND I AM ALSO TAKING CARE OF OUR BLIND MOTHER. I JUST PRAY THAT MY MOM CAN HOLD HER SOON.

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