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Expungement of Criminal Convictions in California

California Law permits a person to withdraw his or her guilty or no contest plea after a
person has successfully completed probation. In order for a person to qualify for this
“expungement” relief he or she must satisfy a number of conditions. Most importantly is
the condition that they complete their probationary grant successfully. This means that
they must pay all fines and fees ordered by the Court, and all restitution must be paid to
any victims. The individual must not have violated the terms of their probation in any
way, for example the person seeking the expungement must not have sustained any new
conviction or have been arrested for any new offense while on probation.

The next condition is that they had not been convicted for any offense excluded by
statute that bars an expungement of the case. The offenses commonly barred are sex
offenses listed under 290 of the Penal Code such as child molestation. Notably, the
California Appellate Court ruled in December of 2006 that crimes of “attempt” such as
attempted child molestation can be expunged under California Law. Which offenses fall
under the exceptions are limited and an Attorney should be consulted to ensure the
particular crime qualifies.

Once the conditions have been met, the next step is to file the petition with the proper
Court requesting that the conviction be expunged from the defendant’s record. Most
Courts require fees be paid to file the legal petition, in addition the petition must be in the
proper legal form and must be served on the appropriate agencies in order to be
reviewed by the Judge. A Lawyer should be retained to be sure the petition for
expungement is filed correctly.

Once the petition for an expungement has been granted by the Court, the person can, in
most cases, state that he or she has not been convicted of a crime for purposes of
private employment. In effect the case will have been dismissed. For more information,
please refer to Penal Code 1203.4.

Matthew J. Ruff is an Attorney in Los Angeles practicing Criminal Defense

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www.mnwildlifelaw.com Minnesota Wildlife Law Attorney Bill Peterson discusses the loss of hunting rights due to a criminal conviction.

Question by yasminsid: can you cross the border with a criminal conviction?
Can you cross the Canadian border with a misdemeanor criminal conviction in the US? What if you need to go Canada for a family emergency or other important reason?

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be honest up front or prepare for a plate of trouble.

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51 pc companies in US hire people with criminal record: Survey
New York: Contrary to perception that having a criminal record can impede chances of getting a job, more than half (51 per cent) of the companies in the US have hired such people, a new survey has said. Also, hiring managers at nearly two-third of the …
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Civil Death In New York State: How New York State Utilizes Criminal Conviction Records to impede the Economic Growth of Formerly Convicted People.

Civil Death In New York State: How New York State Utilizes Criminal Conviction Records to impede the Economic Growth of Formerly Convicted People.

Civil Death Policies are Federal and State laws that restrict or prevent formerly convicted people from enjoying many of the rights and privileges of the rest of society. It is estimated that there are over 16 Million formerly convicted people in the United States. This number grows by almost 1 Million every two years, with no end in sight due to our nations economic problems. Most employers check the criminal backgrounds of potential employees. With the advancement of information technology, th

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California Registered Nurses With Out-of-State Disciplinary Records at Risk of License Revocation

A recent newspaper exposé of California-licensed nurses who have been disciplined for professional misconduct in other states has resulted in a California-wide effort to revoke all of those nurses’ California licenses. So committed is California’s Governor to this agenda, that he recently fired the head administrator and replaced all of the members of the Board of Registered Nursing. The new appointees have been given their marching orders, and more than 2,000 Registered Nurses are slated for license revocation on the basis of prior conduct in other states. It seems clear that Licensed Vocational Nurses will face similar issues soon.

Obviously, some nurses should not be practicing anywhere. But California apparently assumes that all nurses with license issues in other states should also be barred here. And nurses who are now on California’s hit-list might assume that loss of their California licenses is inevitable. Neither of these assumptions is supported by logic or law.

License Discipline and Revocation in California

A nursing license-RN or LVN-once earned, is the property of the nurse. And, like any other property, such as real estate (think foreclosure) or money (think of fines imposed by courts), the nursing license cannot be taken away (revoked), even for a short time (suspension), and cannot be diminished or restricted in any way (probationary conditions) without two things: good cause and due process.

There is a vast body of law as to what constitutes good cause. But here’s the take-away you need to remember: the mere fact that in the past some other state revoked or disciplined a nursing license issued by that state does not, by itself, constitute good cause for California to discipline a current California nursing license.

As for due process, that means that California cannot simply unilaterally revoke or discipline the license based on what State officials believe to be good cause. Instead, California must first notify the nurse of the State’s intention to discipline or revoke the license. Then the State must offer the nurse an opportunity to deny that the license should be disciplined, and an opportunity to demonstrate why. The demonstration of why the license should not be disciplined takes place at an administrative hearing where the nurse’s advocate can challenge all or any of the State’s reasons and evidence in front of an impartial administrative law judge.

Also at the hearing, the nurse’s advocate will introduce evidence that the nurse is competent and that there presently exists no reason to deny the right to practice nursing in California. The judge will give due consideration to the evidence put before him or her and issue (1) findings of fact that explain what evidence the judge finds credible, (2) conclusions of law that explain what laws the judge thinks apply to the case, and (3) a proposed decision. The proposed decision is then forwarded to the Board for action, and the nurse and the nurse’s advocate can appear before the Board to argue in favor of or in opposition to the Administrative Law Judge’s proposed decision.

Opportunities to Defeat Discipline at the Administrative Hearing

Anyone who is not familiar with the hearing process might not realize that the hearing offers many opportunities to the nurse to avoid or reduce the discipline against the license that is proposed by the State. For example, the records of prior discipline in another state may not be available. Or the out-of-state records may not meet the standards of admissible evidence set forth in the California Evidence Code (California law will apply at the hearing.) The discipline imposed by the prior state may have been based on conduct that is lawful in California. Many procedural defects may exist in the out-of-state disciplinary process.

Many more reasons exist for invalidating or reducing the State’s claims. The out-of-state discipline may have occurred a number of years ago, and the nurse may have current relevant work experience that demonstrates that any previous performance problems have been addressed and resolved. The nurse may have evidence of further professional training since the time of the out-of-state discipline, or the nurse may have completed rehabilitation or received effective counseling. The nurse may be able to demonstrate a new maturity, significant changes based on life experiences (parenthood, military service, successful employment, religious enlightenment) and improvements in professional competence. Any similar facts would be compelling evidence where the State’s only basis to discipline the nursing license is out-of-state prior misconduct.

These are only a few of the more obvious kinds of evidence that may be utilized to defend a nursing license in an administrative hearing. Countless others exist.

The Economics of Defending Against Discipline of the Nursing License

Some nurses (and other professional and occupational licensees) believe that they cannot “afford” to invoke the fair hearing process and defend their license against the State. But consider: what do you earn in a year from nursing? In two years? In three? A license revocation will prohibit re-application for a new license for at least three years and probably longer. You do the math: can you afford not to defend your right to earn your living?

How to Begin to Defend Against Discipline of a California Nursing License

The one certain way to lose your California nursing license on the basis of prior out-of-state professional discipline is to do nothing when you receive a notice of proposed action from the State of California. Do not let this happen to you!

Read the notice. It will give you a very short window of time in which to provide written notice of denial of the charges and your demand for hearing. Do not let this deadline pass! It is critical to submit your denial/demand before the time expires. Then, get a lawyer.

As the State will tell you, you are not required to have an attorney to defend against discipline of an occupational license, or to obtain one after the State has denied the application. But you should. The State will be represented by an experienced and specialized attorney. Because the coming R.N. cases will feature out-of-state records that may be subject to challenge on the basis of California evidentiary standards, these are not the kind of cases where it will be okay if the only party without an attorney is the nurse with everything to lose.

Your nursing license is your asset. It has value: real, quantifiable, actual value. Protect it by exercising of all of the legal rights it carries.

California may be at war with its dual- and multi-state licensed nurses, but you need not be one of the casualties.

Christine McCall is a Partner of License Advocates Law Group, a specialized law firm in Pasadena, California, which represents California occupational licensees, credentialed teachers, and peace officers in defending against professional discipline. License Advocates Law Group also represents applicants who have been denied occupational licenses or credentials by the State of California.

License Advocates Law Group is the only Southern California-based law firm that limits its practice to defending occupational licensees from unwarranted State action.

For more information about the campaign against R.N.’s with prior out-of-state disciplinary records, or any other issue pertaining to obtaining or protecting a California-issued occupational license or credential, visit http://LicenseAdvocates.com/

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Question by Ryley J: Can I take a suspension off my record?
Alright so here’s what i did to get myself suspended for 2 days. I’m in 8th grade in Middle School and I was hiding my phone in my binder while i was taping. It was totally covered but by about a inch were the camera was on my phone. I was recording class because every day our Spanish teacher has to yell at as or something to that extent because we never pay attention. So I recorded it to watch it over at home. It was a 14min. clip and about 6 or 7 people roughly knew that I was recording. So while I was recording a kid(shane) got the bright idea to throw a piece of clay at the teacher. We did NOT plan this and he didn’t even know i was taping our teacher. He was aware of me recording but not that i was recording the teacher. In the video I do say I might put it on youtube because i thought it might be a cool thing to do. I said that after he threw the claw. I also made a comment saying”every kid wants to throw something at there teacher.” I’m still now sure why they suspended me. But the principal and some other people met and talked for 3 days about my suspension and finally came up with that it was a violation act of privacy. My mom and dad are on my side and my mom thinks they harassed me. She would like to take legal action. I am aware that i should’ve been punished but not to that extent. If anyone has any experience in school law please give me some advice or websites possibly. And can I take it off my record? Also about 2 days after I was suspended I was in a class where a kid full blown punched a kid in the FACE! And got suspended for 2 DAYS!!
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Gordon yes I know it’s illegal. But what if we had no common knowledge. You can go around and record anywhere else and no one’s gonna give a dam. And yes u dofus I know I can’t sue but my mom wants to

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Answer by Gordon
Lol, you can’t tape people without their permission. It’s illegal. You can get suspended and there’s nothing you can do about it.

Also, there is no effect an eighth grade suspension will have on your life. Let’s get serious here. Do you think that when you apply to become, whatever you want to become, and you’re 24 with a university degree that your potential employer will call your elementary school and someone get them to tell them when you had a suspension (which the schools don’t really keep track of BTW- there is no such thing as a permanent record…) then based on that not hire you?

No, that’s never going to happen. There is no legal action you can take. If you tried to sue you would just be wasting thousands of dollars on a lawyer and then you would get sued yourself for making a false suit. You can’t sue anyway, you’re not an adult.

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How To Perform Instant Criminal Records Lookup For California

California is one of the most populated states in America, and is therefore one of the most popular for “criminal records”. Employers, partners and parents like to use these records to find out more information about someone, and basically allow you to gain a second perspective about someone’s character or past tendencies. Although finding criminal records may have once been tedious and difficult, the good news is that it’s now very easy to do thanks to a variety of reliable Internet resources. Here’s what you need to do to find someone’s criminal records online:

There are two ways that you can use to perform a criminal records lookup for California – by first using government run websites, and then using a professional service. Not many people realize this, but locating criminal records is actually quite easy if you know where the various records are kept for a state. All criminal records are basically public records which the likes of the state’s legal system, Sheriff’s department and other criminal institutions keep for the various people in the state. The way to perform a criminal background lookup is to use the various public records which may show someone’s criminal past. 

The first way to perform a lookup of someone’s criminal details is to use the variety of government-run websites that California offers. CA is one of the most advanced states in the US, and consequently all of its counties & cities have upgraded their legal information to an online system. You can now browse the likes of the San Diego court system website, or the Los Angeles Sheriff’s department site to find a number of different records, including everything from someone’s past court appearances to any arrests warrants for them. Although this is free, it can take a long time to do and there are no guarantees about the reliability of the records you find. 

The second way to perform a criminal records lookup for California is much more reliable & popular – whereby you use a professional lookup service to locate all the information you require with a single search. These websites charge a small fee for access to their database, but once you’re inside – you literally get access to 100’s of millions of records which detail everything from someone’s criminal past. These sites work by purchasing all the public records they can get from all the states in the US, and then compiling them into a central database which you can use to find all the information you need. You can then just perform a single search on their homepage to find all the records you require. This type of lookup is recommended for those who don’t have the time / patience to look for criminal records using the tedious government websites method.

You can perform California criminal records lookup by using the tutorial and websites on our site. You can Click Here to perform a criminal records lookup for California.

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Question by Cheesesteaker: How could I get my criminal record expunged?
I was recently convicted of 3 misdemeanors in the state of Ohio. There were 2 first degree misdemeanors and one second degree misdemeanor. Non of which were for violent behavior. And considering I’m working on my Criminal Justice degree I was told it would be wise to get my record expunged, but I don’t know where the start.

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Answer by Mike S
Sounds like a visit to the county courthouse is in order. You can inquire there about the procedures. Depending upon where you live, you might be able to handle the paperwork yourself; most people need an attorney. Whoever told you to get that record expunged should be thanked… that’s excellent advice because even misdemeanors could hurt your career, especially considering your field.

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Certificate of Rehabilitation – California – Felonies and Expungement Related

Certificate of Rehabilitation A certificate of rehabilitation is an option for some felons to have a California Superior Court issue an order stating that she/he is now rehabilitated. If the court grants the petition the certificate will be forwarded to the Governor’s office to recommend a pardon. Pardons are rarely ever granted. The benefits of obtaining a certificate of rehabilitation for the individual who was granted the certificate are that she/he may obtain state issued business or practice licenses (e.g., bar license, insurance broker, or real estate broker, etc) and the certificate precludes impeachment of the individual because of past convictions.

The benefits of obtaining a pardon are restoration of lawful gun ownership, restoration of an ex-felon’s right to serve on a jury and prevent deportation of a person convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude, aggravated felonies and multiple convictions. However, a pardon will not erase the record of conviction. In order to obtain a certificate of rehabilitation it is best to hire a qualified criminal defense attorney and preferably a criminal defense attorney who has been recognized by the California State Bar as a criminal law specialist. Requirements: Obtaining a certificate of rehabilitation requires a carefully drafted petition.

Once the petition is prepared it must be filed with the superior court in the county where the petitioner resides. A petitioner is the individual who is seeking to obtain the certificate of rehabilitation. The judge hearing the petition has sole discretion over granting or denying the petition, but he will be advised by prosecutors having an interest in the case. In order to be eligible at least five years must have passed after the petitioner was released from custody, parole, or probation, whichever comes first. Depending on the offense a petitioner may be required to wait for an additional period of two, four, or five years. In most cases you must wait seven years before qualifying for a certificate of rehabilitation and in serious, or sex offense convictions you may have to wait nine or ten years before being able to obtain a certificate of rehabilitation.

Another requirement is that the petitioner must reside in California for a continuous period of three years immediately prior to the filing of the petition. A petitioner wishing to obtain a certificate of rehabilitation must have first resided in California for five, seven, nine or ten years, depending on their offense and he must have resided in California for past three years. For example, if petitioner, John Doe has allowed twenty years to elapse since he was released from custody, parole or probation, but he moved to Arizona five years ago, he must return to California and live in the state for three consecutive years (72 months) before qualifying to file the petition. The petitioner need not reside at the same address or in the same county as long as he resided within California for those three years. Remember that the petition must be filed in the county where the petitioner currently reside, which means that an-out-state individual may not obtain a certificate of rehabilitation before presently residing in California for at least three years. Criminal defense attorneys and Immigration attorneys feel that the three year consecutive residential requirement is particularly unjust to individuals who moved to another state for work or to individuals who were removed or deported to their native countries. The requirement physically prevents these individuals from obtaining a certificate of rehabilitation.

Once the petition has been filed NOTICE must be given to (i) the office of the Governor and to (ii) the district attorney in the county in which the petition was filed and to (iii) all district attorneys in which the petitioner was (a) convicted of a felony or (b) any county where he obtained an expungement for a non-felony crime. Notice must be given at least 30 days before the date set for the hearing. The district attorney where the petition was filed will investigate and they often require additional time to complete a report that will subsequently be submitted to the court as a recommendation to grant, or deny the request. The petitioner should gather as many character reference letters from employers, family and friends in the community to support his/her petition for a certificate of rehabilitation. If you were convicted of a sex offense there are additional requirements to obtain a certificate of rehabilitation and you should consult our law firm (or a qualified criminal defense specialist) to help you with this petition since these types of crimes have particular and complex requirements depending on the type of conviction.

Written By: Christopher F. Morales

Chris Morales is a Board Certified Specialist in Criminal Law. This means that he has been evaluated by the State Bar of California who have interviewed Judges, Prosecutors and other attorneys about his work. This evaluation determined that he is the Best of the Best. Mr. Morales has also received the highest rating from Avvo.com, the Better Business Bureau and has a Triple A rating from Attorney Search Network.

He has been practicing Criminal Defense for 20 years in the San Francisco Bay Area. He handles all Federal and State Criminal Cases including:DUI, Thefts, Drugs, White Collar Crimes, Sex Offenses and Murder cases. He has won the respect of attorneys and judges alike for his tenacious and intelligent defense of his clients.

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Question by oyisofirewalker: open letter to people running for united states president, will you pardon peltier if elected to office?
leonard peltier is a political prisoner in usa

if you agree he should be pardon express this consern for the people running for president of the united states

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Answer by tain
leonard peltier is twice a murderer and is receiving punishment for his crimes.

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Pardon my obnoxious gum chewing 😀 (NOT SO) FINAL UPDATE: Sorry it took me so long to do this, I thought everyone was on the same page, but some people seem to think I’m OBLIVIOUS to the fact that, yes, this WAS Viral marketing for Valve’s Portal 2. The official website can be found at www.thinkwithportals.com which also takes you to a Game Informer Hub with early info/art/screenshots of the game. We’re probably not going to hear any more about this until E3. Also, one other thing that people should know is that there was a Portal 2 Press Event that was to be held at E3 on the date of June 14th, but it has been mysteriously CANCELLED by this letter sent out to members of the press: “Dear Subject Name Here, Aperture Science is pleased to inform you that we have partnered with Valve to announce the gala CANCELLATION of the June 14 Portal 2 event at the Regal Theater. The event will be replaced by a surprise. And even though the cancellation of the event certainly counts as a surprise, we are pleased to further announce that the cancellation of the event is not THE surprise. However, per International treaties regarding the definition of the word “surprise”, of which both Aperture Science and Valve are signatories, the time, date and content of the actual surprise will only become available as you experience the surprise. If you’d like to ask fruitless questions about the E3 Portal 2 surprise or, more fruitfully, schedule an appointment to attend a Portal 2 screening at the
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Top 6 Most Frequently Asked Questions in Expunging Your DUI Conviction Records in California

Like most states in US, California too allows you to expunge your DUI conviction record. Expunging your DUI conviction record will help you get rid of all the problems resulting from your offense and make you to experience the life like before. Regardless of whether your offense is misdemeanor or felony, they can usually be expunged. Following are the FAQ’s which are sure to provide you an insight about expunging your DUI records in California:

What is expungement?

Expungement means sealing your DUI conviction record which practically means giving petition to the court to expunge your record and the court replaces your plea as not guilty and then dismisses your case. So when applying for a job or under any other circumstances you need not have to disclose that you have been convicted.

Who Is Eligible For expungement in California?

You are eligible for expungement:

if you are a first DUI offender who has only one charge for either a misdemeanor or felony
a year has passed since conviction
if you have completed probation successfully and not on probation for another offense
have no charges pending
have paid all the fines ordered by the court

How much does it cost to file for expungement?

It costs between $ 50 and $ 80 to file for expunging your record.

will they need my presence at the court?

No, your expungement lawyer can do it for you.

What will I benefit from expunging my DUI conviction record?

There are a lot you will benefit from expunging your record such as employment, licensing etc,.

What expungement won’t do?

Your expunged case can still be used for increasing your punishment when you again caught up for a DUI or other criminal cases.

The DUI Process manual provides solution related to expunging your DUI record, getting your driver’s license back, saving a lot of money on your auto insurance and even saving money throughout your DUI process no matter what state (US) you are located in.

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Question by Stormygirl21302: Does anyone know of any job opportunites for people with felony convictions on their records?
My friend has 2 felony drug possessions on her record. They were back in 2004 & 2006. She has served time and willingly entered into a drug rehab program. Her and her son are trying to make a fresh start and she desperately needs a job. So does anyone have any suggestions? She is willing to work any shift. Please help.

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Answer by castaspella0183
Your friend could try to get into the food service. Have to put down the convictions, but then also say that she entered into a treatment program. Good luck to your friend

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Accused killer was on probation for felony conviction
… possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and obstruction of a 911 call. At the time of his arrest, Nuckles was on probation on a Cobb County conviction, according to Cobb Superior Court …
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