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Petition For Certificate Of Rehabilitation And Pardon {SC-3057}

This is a California form that can be used for Criminal within Local County, Santa Barbara.

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ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name and Address): TELEPHONE NO.: FOR COURT USE ONLY ATTORNEY FOR (Name): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA STREET ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME: PLAINTIFF: DEFENDANT: CASE NUMBER: PETITION FOR CERTIFICATE OF REHABILITATION AND PARDON To the Honorable Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the county of : The petition of (Fill in your name) hereby respectfully represents and shows that: I. (Complete this paragraph only with respect to your most recent felony conviction) On or about felony of (State crime and code section if you know it) , I was convicted of the in the County of this offense was (check appropriate box): [ at a suspended sentence to state prison or other state institution. ] commitment , State of California. My sentence for to state prison or other state institution ;[ ] probation with Optional Form SC-3057 [Rev. 01/01/05] Page 1 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com Thereafter, on or about (date of release from actual custody) , ] discharged on , from parole, state from .[ prison or other state , I was institution after (check appropriate box): completing my sentence; [ [ ] released which I was finally discharged on probation ] released from custody on or after serving a jail sentence as part of my , probation, successfully completed my probation on , and obtained relief under Penal Code , . section 1203.4 on Note 1 (Complete this section with respect to your second most recent felony conviction, if any.) On or about felony County of offense was (check appropriate box): [ at a suspended sentence to state prison or other state institution. Thereafter, on or about (date of release from actual custody) , (State crime and code section if you know it) , I was convicted of the , in the of , State of California. My sentence for this ] commitment to state prison or other ;[ state institution ] probation with , ] discharged ] released on , from state from ;[ prison which or other , I was (check appropriate box): [ completing my sentence; [ state institution after parole, I was finally discharged on ] released from custody on probation my probation on or after serving a jail sentence as part of my probation, successfully completed , , and obtained relief under Penal Code , . section 1203.4 on Note 2 (Complete this section with respect to your third most recent felony conviction, if any.) On or about felony of (State crime and code section If you know it) , , I was convicted of the , in the County of offense was (check appropriate box): [ ] commitment to state , State of California. My sentence for this prison or other state institution at ;[ ] probation with a suspended sentence to state prison or other state institution. Optional Form SC-3057 [Rev. 01/01/05] Page 2 of 4 American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com Thereafter, on or about (date of release from actual custody) , [ ] discharged from state prison or other state I was institution after (check appropriate box): completing my sentence; [ ] released on parole, from which I was finally discharged , ;[ ] released from custody on probation or after serving a jail sentence as part of my probation, successfully completed my probation on , section 1203.4 on , and obtained relief under Penal Code , . (If you have suffered more than three felony convictions, attach additional sheet following the same format used in paragraph 1.) II. I am now a resident of the California from State of California and I have continuously resided in the State of , , to the present date. III. During the period of my rehabilitation, I have lived an honest and upright life, conducted myself with sobriety and Industry, and exhibited good moral character; I have conformed to and obeyed all the laws of the land. WHEREFORE, Your petitioner prays that the Court make its order and decree declaring that the petitioner has been rehabilitated, and for a Certificate of Rehabilitation recommending that the a full pardon; and that for such purpose a time and necessary proper Governor of the State of California grant petitioner be appointed for the hearing of the foregoing petition, and that all other orders may be made in the premises. DATED , (SIGN YOUR NAME HERE) (Petitioner) (Residence address) Optional Form SC-3057 [Rev. 01/01/05] American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com Page 3 of 4 INSTRUCTIONS (a) (b) Prepare this Petition, sign your name, and file it with the Superior Court. In every case, you must have resided continuously for three years in the State prior to filing the petition. If you were discharged or released on parole after May 13, 1943, or if you were released on felony probation, at least three years must have elapsed before you can file for a Certificate of Rehabilitation. In addition to such three-year period there must be added thereto thirty days for each year of the term prescribed by statute as the maximum possible penalty of imprisonment for each offense for which you were sentenced. If you were sentenced to concurrent terms the greatest possible maximum for any such offenses shall constitute the maximum for the purpose of computing the period of rehabilitation. However, if you received any sentence with a maximum possible penalty of more than fifty years, or if the sum of the maximum possible penalties on consecutive terms is more than fifty years, the law allows you to calculate the additional period of residence as if the maximum possible penalty were only fifty years. If you were released on parole or probation, or if you were discharged from custody prior to May 13, 1943, you may file a Petition for a Certificate of Rehabilitation and Pardon if you have resided in the State continuously for three years prior to the filing of such Petition. However, your parole or probation must have terminated. If you were required to serve jail time as part of your felony probation, the three year period does not begin to run until your actual release from custody. If you were released on felony probation and successfully completed that probation, you must obtain relief under Penal Code section 1203.4 before applying for a Certificate of Rehabilitation. (c) (d) (e) You are entitled to be represented by an attorney of your own selection, or if you have none, by the public defender. If there is no public defender in the county, by a state parole officer, or by anyone assigned to you by the court. (f) It is unlawful for anyone, including attorneys

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