A person who has already completed their sentence for a conviction for an eligible offense who would not have been guilty of an offense or would have been guilty of a lesser offense under Prop. 64, may file an application to have the convictions dismissed and sealed, or to have the convictions predesignated as a misdemeanor or infraction. For persons currently serving sentences for a conviction of an eligible offense who would not have been guilty of an offense or would have been guilty of a lesser offense under Prop. 64, may petition the court for resentencing or dismissal of eligible convictions. If the petition satisfies the criteria for resentencing or dismissal, the court must grant the petition unless the court determines that granting it would pose an unreasonable risk of danger to public safety.
If you or a loved one is currently serving, or has completed their sentence for a prior marijuana-related conviction, contact Felix & Killen today to find out if your conviction is eligible for dismissal or reduction. Don’t let an old felony or misdemeanor conviction follow you around needlessly, take action today!