SB 1437, Major Participant, Reckless Indifference

In reviewing a petition for resentencing under SB 1437, filed under Penal Code § 1170.95, how deep or far can a trial court look in determining if a petitioner makes a prima facie case for relief and is therefore entitled to appointment of counsel? If the petitioner states under penalty of perjury in the petition that he or she was not a major participant in the underlying felony and did not act with reckless indifference, what can the trial court review? To find the answer, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/sb-1437-major-participant-reckless-indifference.html.

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