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People v. Laird

Prop 64 does not require DNA expungement for a conviction that was reduced to an infraction for all purposes.

Defendant’s felony marijuana-related conviction was later reduced to an “infraction for all purposes” under Prop 64. The redisignation did not require expungement of his previously collected DNA sample from the state’s database.

____ Cal.App.5th ____, ____ Cal.Rptr.3d ____, 2018 D.A.R. 9675 (1st Dist. 2018) September 24, 2018 (A151727)

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