Being convicted of a misdemeanor in Arizona can follow you throughout the rest of your life. Having a conviction on your record could have harmful consequences on employment, housing, voting and other rights that the everyday person has. If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor, it may be worth taking the time to get that conviction set aside. (expunged)
If you are looking to expunge or set aside a past criminal offense, then you should consult with an expungement attorney. When working with our law firm, you will have an experienced attorney who is approachable, accommodating and affordable. We offer free consultations to help you determine what your next steps need to be.
Can You Have Your Conviction Set Aside in Arizona?
The state of Arizona does not allow for an expungement of a crime. In Arizona, you can get a conviction “Set Aside”. Having a conviction Set Aside will help you restore your rights and show potential employers and landlords that you satisfied all conditions post conviction and that the court has dismissed the conviction. Set asides are not available when you have been convicted of: (Arizona Statutes § 13-907)
Who is Eligible for Expungement?
In Arizona, there are 3 major factors that are considered when determining who is eligible for their conviction to be set aside. Those 3 factors are:
Contact An Experienced Set Aside / Expungement Attorney In Tempe
At Bala Legal Services, our team is dedicated to helping and representing you. You will have an experienced attorney who is approachable, accommodating and affordable.
Our firm serves the areas of Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, Phoenix and Chandler. If you are in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney in Arizona, please contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation.
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