ACSOL Leaders to Host Training on July 8 for CA Tiered Registry Petitions — to be rescheduled —

Latest update on 7/19/21: Rescheduled for 7/29/21

 

Updated with meeting details June 21, 2021

ACSOL leaders Chance Oberstein and Janice Bellucci will conduct a training session for California registrants, family members and supporters regarding the petitioning process under the Tiered Registry Law.  The session will be held on Thursday, July 8, starting at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time. The session will be recorded and available later on the ACSOL website.

“We look forward to sharing information with registrants and others regarding the petitioning process available under the Tiered Registry Law,” stated ACSOL President Chance Oberstein.

The Judicial Council is expected to release to the public the final petition forms on July 1.  ACSOL will then make the forms available on its website as soon as possible.

“We encourage registrants and others to participate in the training session,” stated ACSOL Executive Director.  “Those who participate will learn whether they can complete the petition forms on their own or need to hire a legal representative.”

Individuals will be able to participate by phone and/or by computer.

Topic: Tiered Registry Petitions
Time: Jul 8, 2021 01:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

The meeting will be rescheduled.

 

 

 

 

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Thank you, Janice and Chance. We greatly appreciate your help and everything else you do!

Good Morning, Thank you Attorneys Janice and Chance. Your work and help to us is so greatly appreciated. I am truly grateful. My Birthday will be on 7/7/2021. For me, it will be over 11 years since I was first place on 290. Although I have not received my letter yet, I will pick it up when I go to my yearly registration this July. I do know that I was place on “TBD” category. Nevertheless, my question is. . . after we file or petition for removal and we qualify, how much of a problem will we have to endure from the prosecution when they go to argue against our removal. Will we have to “relive” those days of trial? – just wondering. I will be looking forward to your training session on 7/8/2021.

Thank you 😁👌

Very grateful and thank you very much for all the help!

I’ll say this. I filed a COR last year in LA and it was granted. I was almost shocked how easy it was. Please be reminded that there are several courts in LA and I’m not sure if the tier requests will be filed in the same court? I’m off the registry and it’s almost surreal

Are these petitions only for removal from the registry or are they also to challenge tier classification?

So I’m a 30 year misdemeanor I just went in for my annual and received my doj tier assignment of tier 1my birthday was a couple days ago. My 10 year requirement to register category ended 20 years ago technically. My understanding was that the july 1st date only applied to those whose requirements to were ending in that particular year and would force you to wait till the following birthday. My 10 year period ended 20 years ago. I guess I was hoping I could start the process this july but it sounds like I will still have to wait till next year?

In interested in having this information and petition forms available incidentally what exactly is required and what is tiered registration I’m not quite clear on this thanks 🙏

I’m told by an attorney that it’s possible to get m case back into court and she may get me off registration and was informed I fall under av10 year registration

Too bad about the interruptions. Hopefully you can remove them from the meeting quickly next time.

ACSOL had its first experience today with multiple “Zoom bombers” who disrupted the training. We will learn from this experience and provide a new form of training on a future date to be determined. Thank you to those who signed in hoping to be educated about the petitioning process of the Tiered Registry Law.

Can someone explain who actually gets scored on the Static-99R? Do you get scored if you received probation with a short jail term, or is this strictly for those who went to prison and got released on either parole or PRCS? I get conflicting information. Plus, I have heard from numerous sources that CA is still offense based rather than risk based, and risk scores are not relevant in determining tier designation. So, why is risk considered for the Tiered Registry when the risk assessment is supposedly only to be used by probation pre-sentence and parole upon release.

Are you going to publish the video that was hacked? I think it would be helpful for all to see what we’re up against. The “Twitter Bombers” may claim to have been only joking, but that is not so clear and we should be able to decide for ouselves. It is possible the vigilantes feel they suffered a great defeat with the tiered registry, and this Twitter hack is merely a sign of what is next in the war. Please publish the video so we can all decide what to think.