I have a dismissed case of domestic violence I was just aerated then the case was dismissed I plead not guilty.
If you were arrested, indicted, or charged for a crime and then cleared of all charges, you may ask the superior court to note on your criminal records that you were cleared. (Arizona Statutes § 13-4051.)
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There is no such thing as an "expungement" in Arizona. There are motions to set aside convictions and there are "clearances of the record." Anyone looking in the records of the law enforcement agency that arrested you will likely be able to see that you were arrested, but not convicted. It would be worth talking to a lawyer to see what might be done to clear your record.
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