I pleaded guilty to 2 counts of 288a (b)(1) in 1992 after just turning 18 years of age. The victim was closely related and 2 years younger. This activity took place several times over the ages 12-18 between us. At the age of 18 our family found out and took us to mental health, we were forwarded to the sheriff dept where I was charged. I was sentenced to 20 days (time served) and 5 years probation.
I have been to court and had the charges reduced to a misdemeanor and successfully filed a 1203.4.
I have continued to register and obey all laws. It has been 18 years since I have been convicted.
I am trying to enlist in the military and continue my college education. Any way I can possibly get this monkey off my back and be able to move on??Thank you for the response. I hired an attorney back in Jan that did file a writ petition where I was convicted. The judge denied the petition based on his belief my case is not the same as the Hofsheier case?? The DA rambled on about threats and the cases were not alike?? There were no threats between the victim and I Still to this day we communicate quit often and have somewhat grown up a normal life. I don't know what options I have now??? What are the steps of a Cert of Rehab?? What is my quickest was to get this resolved?? BTW, I have listed my background in full to the military. It was advised by my recruiter to get the registration issue resolved before I proceed. Mr Marshall, how often do you practice in Sutter/Yuba County?