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Category: Expungement

Are There Differences Between Sealed & Expunged Records?

July 22, 2022 | Arizona Revised Statutes,Expungement

Everyone makes mistakes. Unfortunately, some people end up with permanent criminal records because of their bad decisions. Once you’ve been introduced to the criminal justice system, it can be difficult to remove the stain that it has on your life, reputation, future and livelihood. If you wish for a fresh start, a few different options… read more

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Who Is Eligible for Expungement?

September 22, 2021 | Expungement

The expungement of an arrest or conviction record means that the courts seal or erase a person’s criminal record, blocking it from view by employers, landlords and others. Unlike most states, however, Arizona does not currently allow for record expungement. However, in 2023 a new set of laws will allow for expungement and record sealing… read more

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How to Find Criminal Records in Arizona

September 15, 2021 | Expungement

Being convicted of a crime in Arizona will create a permanent criminal record. The more you know about criminal records, including how to look them up and who has access to them, the better you will understand your own situation if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in Arizona. Knowledge about criminal… read more

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Expunging a Criminal Record in Arizona

September 8, 2021 | Expungement

Expunging a criminal record gives someone who has been convicted of a crime a fresh start. Record expungement means to seal the record – erasing it to most of the public. However, the state of Arizona’s expungement laws do not take effect until 2023. In the meantime, Arizona law allows an ex-offender to set aside… read more

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Arizona HB 2067

September 1, 2021 | Expungement

Arizona is known for its strict criminal laws and penalties. On April 1, 2021, however, Governor Doug Ducey signed House Bill (HB) 2067 into law, which eases the restrictions on obtaining occupational licenses for people with criminal histories. With the passing of HB 2067, people who have been convicted of certain criminal offenses in Arizona… read more

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