CA SB 763

Title: Criminal records.
Author: Maria Elena Durazo

SB 763, as introduced, Durazo. Criminal records. Existing law requires the Department of Justice, on a monthly basis, to review the records in the statewide criminal justice databases and identify persons who are eligible for automatic conviction record relief. Existing law makes this conviction record relief available for a defendant convicted, on or after January 1, 2005, of a felony for which they did not complete probation without revocation if the defendant appears to have completed all terms of incarceration, probation, mandatory supervision, postrelease community supervision, and parole, and a period of 4 years has elapsed during which the defendant was not convicted of a new felony offense, except as specified. This bill would extend that relief to apply to convictions on or after January 1, 1973.

Returned to Secretary of Senate pursuant to Joint Rule 56.

Bill Documents
CA SB 763 - 02/17/23 - Introduced
02/17/23 - CA SB 763 (02/17/23 - Introduced)

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  • Maria Durazo - D
    Senator - State Senate - CA

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