Prop 57 Not Retroactive for Juvenile While Appealing?

Our office has received many phone calls and e-mail inquiries about appealing a conviction suffered by a juvenile for a case filed in adult court.  Proposition 57 has changed the law on how a criminal case against a juvenile must be filed.  Proposition 57, however, is not retroactive because it does not directly change punishment.  To read more about how Proposition 57 may still benefit someone who was convicted in adult court before Prop 57 was passed, click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/prop-57-not-retroactive-for-juvenile-while-appealing.html.

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