Orange County Reduced Sentence Attorney
By a considerable margin, California voters in 2014 passed a measure that reclassifies a number of low-level, non-violent crimes. Voters made it possible for thousands of non-violent offenders to be resentenced and possibly released from the state’s overcrowded prison system. Under Proposition 47, low-level property and drug felonies such as shoplifting, theft, and check fraud under $950, as well as personal illicit drug use, are reclassified as misdemeanors. Because the law is applied retroactively, as many as 10,000 inmates convicted of these offenses became eligible for early release. While the proposition is helpful to some who’ve been already been convicted of a crime, if you’re accused of a DUI, a drug or sex crime, a robbery or theft, or if you expect to be charged with a crime in Orange County, arrange to speak immediately with experienced Orange County reduced sentence attorney Simon Budhwani, Esq.
BENEFITS OF PROPOSITION 47
Proposition 47 recategorizes a number of felonies as misdemeanors. Individuals previously convicted of those felonies may be eligible to have the original charge reduced to a misdemeanor. They may also be able to have their DNA expunged from the California Department of Justice (DOJ) DNA database. Let an experienced Orange County reduced sentence attorney explain the DNA expungement process and guide you through it.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU
Proposition 47 will impact only about 30 percent of the prison inmates in our state; about 70 percent are serving a sentence for a violent offense. Nevertheless, the passage of Proposition 47 is good news for anyone convicted of a non-violent crime or facing a charge for one. If you need help having a charge reduced under Proposition 47, help with DNA expungement, or if you’re accused of a misdemeanor or felony DUI, drug or sex crime, or robbery or theft in Orange County, get trustworthy legal help promptly and call the offices of Simon Budhwani, Esq., at 949-505-2479 or email us today at: email@example.com.