Can a Judge End Probation Early in a Domestic Violence Case?

Whether one has a person experience with domestic violence or only is aware of the highly reported O.J. Simpson case and how his first domestic violence case was swept under the rug, domestic violence cases are handled nowadays with special care. Therefore, some judges believe that they have no power to shorten probation in such
a case if asked. However, this is definitely wrong, as the following summary of a recent published decision (People v. Killion) explains.


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