Is Prop 57’s Juvenile Filing Provision Retroactive?

As one may aware, Proposition 57 passed about a year ago, barring the direct filing of juvenile cases in adult court, even for murders, forcible sex offenses and other serious crimes.  This new law raises the issue of whether a past conviction of a juvenile that arose after a direct filing of the case is improper.  Does this mean that any prior conviction is vacated if it involved a juvenile case filed directly in adult court?  More fundamentally, is Prop 57 retroactive?  For answers to these questions, click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/is-prop-57s-juvenile-filing-provision-retroactive.html.

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