Penal Code 4852.01 states that, if a person was convicted of a felony and was committed to a prison, they may file for a certificate of rehabilitation and pardon under certain circumstances. But what is a certificate of rehabilitation and what does it mean for somebody in California?
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A process is in place in California to clear one’s criminal record after successful rehabilitation has taken place. When a court determines someone with a criminal conviction is rehabilitated, then a California Certificate of Rehabilitation is issued. This is a court order that declares an individual’s prior criminal conviction now is part of the past…. Read More