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Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 3: Military Personnel Reduction of a Felony of a Misdemeanor under PC 17 – saclaw.org

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 3: Military Personnel Reduction of a Felony of a Misdemeanor under PC 17 – saclaw.org

Part 3: Judge Roman explains the special rules for military personnel reducing a felony to a misdemeanor.

Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

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Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 1: Introduction – saclaw.org

Part 1: Judge Roman discusses expungement and other ways of reducing the effect of convictions. In this ten-part series, Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 2: Reduction of a Felony of a Misdemeanor under PC 17 – saclaw.org

Part 2: Judge Roman explains reducing a felony to a misdemeanor. In this ten-part series, Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 4: Termination of Probation Under 1203.3 – saclaw.org

Part 4: Judge Roman discusses when probation can be terminated early. Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 5: Petition for Dismissal Under 1203.4 – saclaw.org

Part 5: Expungement under 1203.4 (the most genereral provision). Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 6: Petition for Dismissal Under 1203.41 – saclaw.org

Part 6: Expungement under 1203.41 (supervision ended per 1170(h)(5)). Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 7: Petition for Dismissal Under 1203.42 – saclaw.org

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Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 8: Prop 47 and Prop 64 – saclaw.org

Part 8: Crime changed to misdemeanor or infraction under Prop 47 or Prop 64.Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

Reducing Effect of Criminal Conviction 9: Questions – saclaw.org

Part 9: Judge Roman answers audience questions about expungements. Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

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Part 10: Judge Roman explains how to order your RAP sheet. Sacramento Judge Jaime R. Roman provides his judicial perspective on how a criminal record can never be completely eliminated, the consequences of criminal convictions as it may pertain to occupational or professional licensing or immigration may be reduced by post conviction petitions that include early termination of probation, reducing certain felonies to misdemeanors, and/or vacating convictions. Judge Roman focuses on particular Penal Code sections that provide some relief.

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