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​​Many courts have authorized alternative sentencing programs.

Sentencing Alternatives are subject to the court's discretion and the facts of each individual case.


Here is a general listing of such alternatives:

  • Alcohol treatment and/or drug rehabilitation.
  • Sober living environments.
  • Attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
  • Participation in a MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Victim Impact Program.
  • “Good time/work time custody credits” are hour-for-hour exchanges of alternative sentencing against hours that would have been spent in county jail.
  • Community service, freeway cleanup, electronic monitoring.
  • Ignition interlock devices.
  • Electronic Monitoring Devices. GPS device that attaches to the DUI offender's ankle.
  • Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor, or SCRAM. SCRAM measures alcohol by way of a device attached to the DUI offender's ankle.
  • Work furlough. Allows a DUI offender to go to work during the day and check into a dormitory-style housing facility at night.
  • Work release. Allows the offender to work at an approved location and return home at night.
  • Serve jail sentences at "weekend jails" at local police stations rather than county jails.

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CA INMATE LOCATOR
http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov/
http://www.ca.gov/OnlineServices/OS_Government_locator.html

LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://app4.lasd.org/iic/ajis_search.cfm 

VENTURA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://www.vcsd.org/pr-inmate-information.php 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://jimspub.riversidesheriff.org/

ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://ws.ocsd.org/Whoisinjail/Search.aspx 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://www.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/bookingsearch/bookingsearch.aspx

SAN DIEGO COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INMATE INFORMATION
http://www.sdsheriff.net/jailinfo.html

post conviction dismissal

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If you have been convicted of a crime, anyone with authorization can view your criminal record.


Post-conviction relief is critically important through a petition for dismissal which removes the conviction from your record. This requires a formal court hearing, but when ordered by the judge the guilty plea is withdrawn and the case is dismissed. The judge has complete discretion over whether your criminal conviction is removed from your record.


If a dismissal is ordered, then your criminal record is amended to indicate that you have entered a plea of not guilty and the case has been dismissed.

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