Five months after a California appellate court refused to reverse his conviction for fixing traffic tickets, former Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge William Danser finally got a bit of good news.

Last week, retired Santa Cruz Judge William Kelsay, who presided over Danser’s criminal trial in 2004, agreed to reduce the ex-judge’s felony conspiracy conviction to a misdemeanor and tossed the rest of his probation.

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