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How about forms?

I’ve written to the courts regarding CR-415 and am waiting response

Replying to my own post as I got this response this morning to my inquiry to the courts:

The forms will be made available in fillable PDF format on July 1st on the website. Petitioners may file on or after their birthdate. Below is a link to the Judicial Council report with the approved versions of the forms, for your reference.

Last edited 4 months ago by bruce Ferrell


On page 17, CR-418 worksheet page, Section 3 is where the DA identifies why it denies relief from 290. There are a plethora of options and then the last option is “h: other:”.

Whoa! There shouldn’t be an “other” option if so many requirements have been cited beforehand. This gives the state 60 days to find any other reason to deny relief. What I am afraid of is the DA will continue to spread the stigma that registrants are always dangerous regardless of fulfilling all the prerequisites to petition off the registry. The “other” reason could be due to potential future reasons, which runs contrary to the petition paperwork that asks about your past time on the registry.

The “other”, imo, is the state’s chance to put your conviction back on trial to extend it beyond the initial designated tiering. It does feel like double jeopardy if the state denies it using the “other” option because no matter how many hoops you jumped through to get to this point that you are still not good enough for relief despite the state citing your initial tier term.

Possibly so… However WE are only concerned with CR-415

I think it’s pretty common the leave a “wildcard” option no matter how many are enumerated, but Janice or Cance would be the best commenters on that.

It appears these ARE the forms as the court has approved them.

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x