Thursday, May 26, 2016 – 02:00 p.m.
Will the third time be the charm for Robb Quincey?
The former Upland city manager is renewing his attempt to erase his felony conflict of interest conviction.
In October 2014, Quincey entered a guilty plea to one count of felony conflict of interest, for having a material financial interest in a contract he was involved in while city manager.
Quincey, who was sentenced to weekends, paid restitution to the city and moved on.
He reportedly showed up for his weekend commitment and was turned away due to overcrowding. So it’s unclear whether or not he actually served any time in-custody.
Some eight months later, in June 2015, Quincey attempted to have his conviction reduced to a misdemeanor, dismissed, probation terminated and record expunged.
Prior to the hearing Quincey’s counsel request the matter be taken off calendar.
Court records indicate the same motion was heard on January 15, 2016, with Quincey ordered to remain on probation.
Now the motion is back on calendar and set to be heard on June 30, 2016.
If successful, Quincey’s conviction would be reduced to a misdemeanor, dismissed and probation terminated.
The District Attorney’s concurrence is usually needed for the motion to be granted.