I am being monitored by RMOMS in Jefferson County Colorado for a DUI. My probation was to be per the court for 18 months. I was told by RMOMS at the initial session if I was in total compliance with the orders ie., classes, BA's, no contact with police, community service, etc., that they would petition the court after 12 months to drop the monitoring. I have complied in every way and have completed all classes and community service in a timely manner. Now they tell me the courts will not hear for early release of probation. Is this true?
My employer has just begun releasing people from employment, regardless of years of service, who may be on probation. This was a second DUI over a 10 year span. My BAC was .089, barely over legal limit. The first was .107 in 1997 and that was barely over legal limit.
I am afraid of losing employment which means I will likely lose my house and possibly any equities, car, etc. My daughter has recently been the victim of a traffic accident as a pedestrian and is in dire need of my help financially, currently. Have the courts of JeffCo changed their policy in this regard.