“CLEAN MY RECORD”
SATISFYING THE REQUIREMENTS
Pursuant to Penal Code Section 1203.4, the court grants individuals the right to petition to the court to have their prior misdemeanor or felony conviction dismissed from their personal criminal record.
General Information: After successful completion of probation, or if not placed on probation, any time after the lapse of one year from the date of the pronouncement of judgment, you may petition the court to dismiss the charges under Penal Code §1203.4. After successful completion of mandatory supervision, or if not placed on mandatory supervision, any time after the lapse of two years from the date of the pronouncement of judgment, you may petition the court to dismiss the charges under Penal Code §1203.41. If it is in the interest of justice, the judicial officer may allow you to file the petition before probation ends.
FILING OF THE MOTION
Mr. Christl will prepare your Expungement Motion and file it with the Superior Court of the State of California. Should it require the matter to be litigated in court, Mr. Christl will be there to argue on your behalf to assist in eliminating the prior conviction(s) from your record. Contact him today for an experienced defense attorney. He will personally handle each stage of the case.
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