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The release of probation records is covered under the confidentiality provisions of Penal Code Section 1203.05 and Welfare and Institutions Code Section 827 (California Law ).
Adult matters: Generally, reports in adult matters may be inspected or copied by any person for a period of 60 days from the date judgment is pronounced or probation is granted, or from the date of any subsequent accusatory pleading being filed. The court may also order or authorize persons who have petitioned the court for copies after this 60 day period. For persons not on probation, copies may be obtained from the Clerk of the Court located at the county courthouse. Probationers may request to review reports concerning themselves at any time and may obtain copies from their probation officer upon request.
Juvenile matters: Juvenile reports may be inspected by the minor who is the subject of the proceeding and the minor's parents/guardian, as well as agencies stipulated by law or other persons specifically authorized by the juvenile court judge. Copies of reports may be requested from the juvenile's attorney. Otherwise, these reports are not open or available to the general public without the filing of a petition and approval of the juvenile court.
Yes, In California, you have the right to vote while you are on parole, probation, PRCS, or mandatory supervision. You must be a United States citizen, a resident of California, and at least 18 years of age. To vote in the next election, you must register to vote at least 15 days before the election.For more information, contact the Humboldt County Office of Elections and Voter Registration at
2426 6th Street
Eureka, CA 95501
More Info: California Secretary of State: Voting Rights for Californians with Criminal Convictions or Detained in Jail or Prison