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Q: In California, what is the difference between a case being expunged and a case being sealed?
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Lewis Robert Rosenblum answered on Nov 27, 2012

A record is usually sealed as a juvenile which prevents the public from viewing your record unless they get permission from the presiding Judge. Expungment is a process where if you complete probation and have no cases pending, on certain cases where you did not go to State Prison, you can have... Read more »

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Q: Is there a way to transfer your case n probation
Lewis Robert Rosenblum
Lewis Robert Rosenblum answered on Nov 27, 2012

Yes, you can bring a motion in court to transfer your probation to another jurisdiction. If the court finds there are reasonable grounds to do so, that may be accomplished depending on the case.

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