California Supreme Court & Mental Health Diversion

In June, 2020, the California Supreme Court affirmed a Fourth Appellate District ruling that a judge still has discretion to impose Mental Health after a conviction, but before it becomes final, i.e. after the 30 or 60 day period to appeal has expired. It is not limited in availability to only the pre-trial phase of a case. To read more about this limited retroactivity, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/california-supreme-court-mental-health-diversion.html

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