Prop 47 Attorney in Norwalk CA
File your resentencing petition now with help from a Prop 47 attorney in Norwalk CA
Prior to the passage of Prop 47 in November 2014, some Californians were getting felony sentences for minor drug and theft crimes that didn’t really seem to merit such harsh punishment. Prop 47 has helped with this problem by taking felony charges off the table for certain low-level, non-violent offenses. This protection is automatic–assuming you meet the criteria, you do not need help from a prop 47 attorney in Norwalk CA to ensure the following new Prop 47 crimes are charged as misdemeanors:
So What Do You Need a Prop 47 Attorney in Norwalk CA For?
If you were convicted of a qualifying felony before the passage of Prop 47, you may be entitled to have your conviction–and your sentence–reduced to a misdemeanor. This will require the completion and submission of a resentencing petition.
Prop 47 has already helped thousands of Californians, and there are many resentencing petitions awaiting review already. The best way to get your petition filed promptly and give yourself the best chance of securing relief is to have your petition prepared by a Prop 47 attorney in Norwalk CA. With professional help, you can rest assured that your petition will include all the necessary information along with a strong argument that you deserve relief.
Who Is Eligible for Prop 47 Resentencing?
Both individuals who are currently serving a sentence for a qualifying felony and individuals who have already completed their sentence can and should consider filing a resentencing petition. A successful petition would help shorten an ongoing sentence, and this is the benefit most people think of first. But do not forget that a successful petition will also result in a felony being removed from your criminal record and replaced with a misdemeanor. While any type of criminal record can limit your future, misdemeanors are often viewed more kindly than felonies.
Of course, having been convicted of a qualifying crime is not the only criteria that will determine your Prop 47 resentencing eligibility. For an explanation of the restrictions and exclusions on Prop 47 as they may apply to your case, consult a prop 47 attorney in Norwalk CA.
Contact The Mattern Law Firm Now
At The Mattern Law Firm, we are very excited about the possibilities Prop 47 can offer to our clients and we have studied this measure and its implementation carefully. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you as your Prop 47 attorney in Norwalk CA, please contact us at 310-342-8254 and request a free consultation.
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