May a Judge Grant an 851.8 Petition After a Conviction?

If a conviction is ultimately “expunged” under Penal Code § 1203.4, may one then go back to court to request sealing and destruction of the record under a petition for factual innocence, also known as a petition for factual innocence? The answer to this question is no, but the reasoning behind it is worth a deeper look, as it helps one understand 851.8 much better. To read about a summary about the reported decision, please click on the following link.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/may-a-judge-grant-an-851-8-petition-after-a-conviction.html

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