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Monthly Meetings: August 15, September 12 – Details / Recordings

Emotional Support Group Meetings 2020 (Phone only)

2020 ACSOL Conference – Postponed to Oct 10-11


CA: Sacramento-Area Reentry Network Free Expungement Clinic March 7, April 4

[ – 2/13/20]

Trying to get a job & need your background cleared? Clear or reduce your criminal record (California arrests and convictions only) at the clinic.

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE IF 1) you do not have any pending criminal cases, and 2) you are not currently on parole.

REQUIREMENT: BRING A COPY OF YOUR CALIFORNIA RAP SHEET. Request at any Live Scan location. (2 weeks in advance) For more information on requesting them, go to:

Clinic dates and times are:

Saturday, March 7, 2020
Saturday, April 4, 2020

9:00 am to 12:00 pm


American River College
4700 College Oak Dr
Sacramento, CA 95841

Portable building 609A

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  1. ab

    If only someone could go to one of these and get their federal record cleared

    • j

      is northern California the only place to attend? I’m from southern California, if not, can something be set for the hundreds that can or have the same thought as myself, would love more info but find it extremely difficult to make that seminar, on that day, and at that time, thank you.

      • Bay Area Resident

        You can find the forms for 1203.4 yourself online. This is only applicable if you did county time i.e. less than a year. I filed it myself in LA county. Grab your docket and grab letters from anyone who will help out.

        Good luck! It does get better!

        • j

          can I ask, since you filed it yourself, were you successful in reducing from felony to misdemeanor? or is there even lower than that misdemeanor? I didn’t know so that’s why I’m very interested, 2021 I’ll be able to petition, relief from registration, and did 8 months, county, no prison , thank for the info & help

        • @J

          I filed my 17b and 1203.4 myself. I was successful. Sometimes the court venue makes a difference. I filed in San Francisco even though my adjudication was in Orange County (I had my probation and case transferred to SF. Probation was a cakewalk.)
          Not sure how filing would be today. I noticed that there are now multiple forms for reduction and expungement. When I filed in 2014, it was just a single form.

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