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Setting Aside Conviction is equivalent to an Expungement

Setting Aside Conviction is equivalent to an Expungement

Arizona’s setting aside judgment law is designed to help deserving people be more productive and put their past bad decisions behind them. Once your judgment is set aside, you can answer with confidence to any inquiry, including, without limitation, an inquiry relating to an application for employment, that you have not been convicted of a crime (though, in some instance, you must also call attention to your setting aside order for felony convictions). If the crime you were convicted of was a felony, you can also apply to have your civil rights restored. Additionally, in most felony cases in state or federal court, you can apply to have your gun rights restored. If your record is in Arizona, you can use the record clearing law firm, They have an Arizona licensed attorney on staff and an office in Phoenix. They can be reached at 877-573-7273.

Please note that “Setting aside” has the same meaning as “Expunging” a record in Arizona.

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