CA AB 945
Title: Criminal procedure: expungement of records.
Author: Eloise Gomez Reyes
AB 945, Reyes. Criminal procedure: expungement of records. Existing law allows a defendant who successfully participated in the California Conservation Camp program as an incarcerated individual hand crew member, or successfully participated as a member of a county incarcerated individual hand crew, or participated at an institutional firehouse, except as specified, to petition the court to have the pleading dismissed, thus releasing the person of any penalties and disabilities of conviction, except as otherwise provided.This bill would require, beginning May 1, 2026, and every other year thereafter, each superior court to report to the Judicial Council specified data regarding petitions seeking relief pursuant to the above-described provisions. The bill would require the Judicial Council to report the statewide data regarding these petitions beginning June 1, 2026, and every other year thereafter. The bill would repeal these provisions on January 1, 2036.
Vetoed by Governor.
CA AB 945 - 09/18/23 - Enrolled
09/18/23 - CA AB 945 (09/18/23 - Enrolled)
CA AB 945 - 09/08/23 - Amended Senate
09/08/23 - CA AB 945 (09/08/23 - Amended Senate)
CA AB 945 - 09/01/23 - Amended Senate
09/01/23 - CA AB 945 (09/01/23 - Amended Senate)
CA AB 945 - 06/29/23 - Amended Senate
06/29/23 - CA AB 945 (06/29/23 - Amended Senate)
CA AB 945 - 03/16/23 - Amended Assembly
03/16/23 - CA AB 945 (03/16/23 - Amended Assembly)
CA AB 945 - 02/14/23 - Introduced
02/14/23 - CA AB 945 (02/14/23 - Introduced)