Expungement If One Went to Jail or Prison? What’s 1203.4(a)?

Can someone claim he or she “led an honest and upright life,” obeying all laws, to be eligible for expungement under 1203.4a even if one was in prison leading such an “honest and upright life?” In other words, is being a model prisoner the equivalent of being out of prison and following all laws? This interesting question was posed to the Second Appellate District in Ventura. To read a short summary of how the appeal went, click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/expungement-if-one-went-to-jail-or-prison-whats-1203-4-a.html.

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