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Written by attorney Roland Lyal Rillos | May 3, 2015

Setting Aside a Judgment of Guilt

Arizona has no legal process to expunge a criminal record. However, the State Legislature has enacted A.R.S. 13-907 which allows a person to apply for a court order setting aside a judgment of guilt. The majority of people convicted in Arizona have this option available to them.

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If you have questions regarding this information you can find ARS 13-907 on line. The statute outlines qualifications. For information about filing a motion, or your case, look on the Superior Court Website for rules and information regarding format of motions and where to file. If your case is in a city or justice court call the court personally and seek information from a clerk.

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