|Cezanne, Portrait Artist's Son, 1890|
Beyond the statutory Florida standard terms and conditions of probation the Judge at sentencing may have imposed other special conditions either required by Florida Statutes or imposed due to the facts and circumstances of the case; these requirements must also have been met.
If all of the conditions of the original probation have been met, the Judge will look to the following factors to determine whether to grant the motion:
- The nature of the underlying offense. Was the underlying offense a violent crime, a sexual crime or a crime that put others at risk?
- Is the community in need of having the Defendant watched by a probation officer?
- Is the Defendant likely to commit another crime?
- Has the Defendant been punished sufficiently?