Am I Eligible for a Certificate of Rehabilitation?
By Walin & Klarich
Have you been convicted of a Felony in California, or been convicted of a Felony or Misdemeanor sex offense that requires you to register as a sex offender? If so, you may not have to carry the weight of your past on your shoulders anymore. With a Certificate of Rehabilitation, you can move on with your life.
A Certificate of Rehabilitation is a court order declaring that a person convicted of a Felony is now rehabilitated. Generally, if you were convicted of a Felony, and you still reside in California, you can hire a skilled criminal California defense attorney to assist you in filing a petition for a Certificate of Rehabilitation, provided that you the meet requirements of demonstrated rehabilitation, which are required by law.
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