Form CR-150 "Certificate of Identity Theft: Judicial Finding of Factual Innocence" - California

What Is Form CR-150?

This is a legal form that was released by the California Judicial Branch - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 1, 2002;
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Download Form CR-150 "Certificate of Identity Theft: Judicial Finding of Factual Innocence" - California

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CONFIDENTIAL (SEE RULE 4.601)
CR-150
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, state bar number, and address):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
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ATTORNEY FOR (Name):
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
vs.
DEFENDANT:
CASE NUMBERS:
CERTIFICATE OF IDENTITY THEFT: JUDICIAL
FINDING OF FACTUAL INNOCENCE
(Penal Code § 530.6)
Warrant No. (if any):
Violation Date:
Petitioner Information:
1.
Date of Birth:
Name:
Sex:
M
F
Eye Color:
Race:
Ht.:
Wt.:
Hair Color:
Age:
Driver's License or Identification No.:
Booking No.:
Other Identifying Information:
2.
The court finds that:
Another person was arrested for or convicted of a crime under the identity of the petitioner in this case.
The petitioner's identity has been mistakenly associated with a record of the criminal conviction in this case.
The petitioner is not the person for whom the warrant in this case was issued.
Accordingly, the court finds that the petition is meritorious and that there is no reasonable cause to believe that the
petitioner committed the offense in this case, and that the petitioner is factually innocent of that offense.
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
CERTIFICATION
1. The box to the right contains the petitioner's
I certify that this document is a
right thumbprint
correct copy of the original on file in
other print (specify):
my office.
(SEAL)
Date:
2. The print was taken on (date):
Clerk, by
3. The print was taken by
a. Name:
(DEPUTY)
b. Position:
c. Badge or serial No.:
ANY ALTERATION RENDERS THIS FORM VOID.
CONFIDENTIAL (SEE RULE 4.601)
Page 1 of 1
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Penal Code, § 530.6
CERTIFICATE OF IDENTITY THEFT: JUDICIAL
Judicial Council of California
FINDING OF FACTUAL INNOCENCE
CR-150 [New January 1, 2002]
For your protection and privacy, please press the Clear This Form
Save This Form
Print This Form
Clear This Form
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CONFIDENTIAL (SEE RULE 4.601)
CR-150
ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, state bar number, and address):
FOR COURT USE ONLY
To keep other people from
seeing what you entered on
your form, please press the
TELEPHONE NO. (Optional):
FAX NO. (Optional):
Clear This Form button at the
E–MAIL ADDRESS (Optional):
end of the form when finished.
ATTORNEY FOR (Name):
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
vs.
DEFENDANT:
CASE NUMBERS:
CERTIFICATE OF IDENTITY THEFT: JUDICIAL
FINDING OF FACTUAL INNOCENCE
(Penal Code § 530.6)
Warrant No. (if any):
Violation Date:
Petitioner Information:
1.
Date of Birth:
Name:
Sex:
M
F
Eye Color:
Race:
Ht.:
Wt.:
Hair Color:
Age:
Driver's License or Identification No.:
Booking No.:
Other Identifying Information:
2.
The court finds that:
Another person was arrested for or convicted of a crime under the identity of the petitioner in this case.
The petitioner's identity has been mistakenly associated with a record of the criminal conviction in this case.
The petitioner is not the person for whom the warrant in this case was issued.
Accordingly, the court finds that the petition is meritorious and that there is no reasonable cause to believe that the
petitioner committed the offense in this case, and that the petitioner is factually innocent of that offense.
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
CERTIFICATION
1. The box to the right contains the petitioner's
I certify that this document is a
right thumbprint
correct copy of the original on file in
other print (specify):
my office.
(SEAL)
Date:
2. The print was taken on (date):
Clerk, by
3. The print was taken by
a. Name:
(DEPUTY)
b. Position:
c. Badge or serial No.:
ANY ALTERATION RENDERS THIS FORM VOID.
CONFIDENTIAL (SEE RULE 4.601)
Page 1 of 1
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Penal Code, § 530.6
CERTIFICATE OF IDENTITY THEFT: JUDICIAL
Judicial Council of California
FINDING OF FACTUAL INNOCENCE
CR-150 [New January 1, 2002]
For your protection and privacy, please press the Clear This Form
Save This Form
Print This Form
Clear This Form
button after you have printed the form.