Order On Petition-Incarcerated Individual Hand Crew (Pen. Code 1203.4b) {CR-432} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

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Order On Petition-Incarcerated Individual Hand Crew (Pen. Code 1203.4b) {CR-432} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

Last updated: 1/2/2024

Order On Petition-Incarcerated Individual Hand Crew (Pen. Code 1203.4b) {CR-432}

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CR-432 - ORDER ON PETITION—INCARCERATED INDIVIDUAL HAND CREW OR INSTITUTIONAL FIREHOUSE PARTICIPANT. This form is used in California for individuals seeking relief under Penal Code section 1203.4b. The petitioner may be an incarcerated individual who successfully participated as a hand crew member in the CDCR incarcerated individual conservation camp program or a member of a county incarcerated individual hand crew, or at an institutional firehouse. The court determines whether to grant relief based on certain conditions, including successful program participation, compliance with probation, parole, or supervised release terms, and a finding that it is in the interests of justice to dismiss accusations or information against the petitioner. If granted, the court dismisses specific convictions, withdraws guilty or nolo contendere pleas, and enters a plea of not guilty. The petitioner is released from penalties and disabilities related to the granted relief, but certain exceptions apply, such as the suspension of a driver's license, disclosure requirements in specific circumstances, and potential firearm ownership restrictions. If denied, the court provides reasons for denial, which may include the nature of the offense, current custody status, ongoing criminal charges, lack of certification of successful program participation, or a determination that granting relief would not serve the interests of justice. Judicial Council of California, Revised January 1, 2024, Optional Form, Pen. Code, § 1203.4b, www.FormsWorkflow.com

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