Often times convictions continue to affect the lives and limit the opportunities of the convicted long after they've fulfilled their debt to society. Jobs, educational opportunities, loans, housing, and more can become difficult propositions once past convictions come to light. Hence the importance of "expungement," a process by which attorney Josh Blumenreich and The Blumenreich Law Firm can actually help you set aside your conviction.
Even though there is no true "expungement" in Arizona, the state does allow for setting aside your conviction and deeming it dismissed or vacated. This usually happens after the passage of a certain amount of time or the fulfillment of certain obligations depending on the type of conviction. Imagine the freedom no longer having to disclose a prior conviction can bring to your life across the board. That said, it makes sense to consult with an experienced and qualified attorney as soon as possible to find out if setting aside your conviction is a possibility in your case.
Laws pertaining to "expungement" of arrests and convictions differ from state to state, and attorney Josh Blumenreich can explain Arizona law to you and help to determine if "expungement" is a possibility for you. The Blumenreich Law Firm has helped many clients remove prior convictions from their record, freeing them from the restrictions imposed by prior mistakes and allowing them to truly start anew.
If you have a prior conviction, don't settle on the notion that said conviction will follow you for the rest of your life. There may be something you can do about it, and you owe it to yourself to find out. Consult with Josh Blumenreich regarding "expungement" today.