Changing Your Record: Reclassification Instructions

Changing Your Record: Reclassification Instructions

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STEP 1: GET A COPY OF YOUR CRIMINAL RECORD

You will need a copy of your “Rap Sheet” (criminal record) to determine that you are eligible and have no excluding offenses. If your conviction(s) are from one county, visit the Superior Court where you were convicted and obtain your record. If your conviction(s) are from multiple counties, you must visit each county where you received a conviction. You may also contact the State of California Department of Justice’s Criminal Record Review Unit. They will have your criminal record information for all of California.

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