I have a class 6 felony undesignated. It is an aggravated robbery charge. I was told by the judge i could get it dropped to a misdemeanor when i finish probation. What will the charge be on my record when its dropped? Shoplifting?
If you have a class 6 undesignated felony for aggravated robbery, your conviction was likely for Solicitation to Commit Aggravated Robbery. Having an offense designated as a misdemeanor does not change the name or type of conviction, it simply makes the offense a misdemeanor conviction. In other words, your "record" will still show a misdemeanor offense of aggravated robbery (likely solicitation to commit aggravated robbery). Once you finish probation, you should speak to an attorney about setting aside your conviction.
Unlike many States, Arizona does not allow for criminal convictions, felony or misdemeanor, to be expunged, sealed, or purged. Arizona law allows for convictions to be set aside. Having a conviction set aside is similar to a retroactive dismissal and vacates the conviction against you. Set up a case review. Most attorneys, including myself, offer free initial case reviews. Best of luck.
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