Phoenix, Arizona Expungement / Restoration of Civil Rights Attorney / Right to Bear Arms Defense Attorney
Under Arizona state law, misdemeanors and certain kinds of felony offenses are eligible for expungement; also called “setting aside” a conviction. While each case is different, in general, if you’re no longer on probation you can petition the court to “set aside” a criminal conviction from your record. We prepare all necessary paperwork needed to file a Motion to Set Aside before the court. In the case of juvenile convictions, once a person turns 18 years old, a petition can be filed requesting the court to destroy his or her juvenile court records.
Contact us today by email or call 602-254-6044 to speak with former prosecutor John W. Moore, a skilled Arizona criminal defense lawyer.
Convictions Eligible for Expungement / Set Aside / Restoration of Civil Rights / Gun Rights
In general, the following kinds of misdemeanor and felony convictions are eligible for setting aside:
- Drug possession
- Shoplifting / theft
- Domestic violence
- Drunk driving / DUI
Right to Bear Arms
Felony Convictions and domestic violence convictions stop many Arizona citizens from owning firearms. Call us to determine whether your conviction can be expunged or if you would like us to restore your Right to Bear Arms.
Do you need your conviction expunged and your civil rights restored? Contact us today online or by telephone at 602.254.6044 to speak with a knowledgeable Arizona and Metro Phoenix defense lawyer.