Qualifications for Expungement
If you have been convicted of a felony in the state of California, then you may be eligible to expunge the criminal case if you meet the following criteria:
- Your case was a state court case, NOT a federal case.
- Your sentence did not involve going to state prison. County jail and holding cells are NOT state prison.
- You have successfully completed probation (informal or formal), or if you were not given probation one year must pass since your conviction date.
- You must have satisfied all the requirements of your sentence (fines, restitution, mandatory programs, community service, classes, etc.).
- You did not violate any of the terms of your probation .
- You are not currently charged with another criminal offense, on probation for another criminal offense, or serving a sentence for another criminal offense.
- Sentence was not based upon PC 1203.4 offenses (serious sex offenses committed against children).
- Simple driving infractions cannot be expunged.
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