Seal and Destroy Arrest Records in California Under New Law! / by Ben Reccius

Relief for individuals arrested for crimes (but not charged) in California is here! Under the California Arrest Records Equity Act (CARE Act, SB 393 ) passed October 12, 2017, a court must seal and destroy records of arrest where the arrest did not result in the individual being convicted of a crime including where the charges are dismissed or where the prosecution does not file charges. The CARE Act is a huge step forward for the rights of criminal defendants and Due Process of law! Contact Reccius Law today to see how we can help clean up your criminal record!

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