Can a DUI be expunged in Arizona?


You can remove from your record a DUI conviction in Arizona. Some people call this expungement, but it is more properly called setting aside a conviction. True expungement, in other words completely removing the entire record, is reserved for juveniles and most crimes committed while under 18. If you have successfully completed DUI probation, fulfilled all financial obligations to the court, and have not been in too much trouble since the DUI, you ought to apply to have the DUI conviction removed from your record. Each case is unique. If you have a DUI conviction on your record and you want to get rid of it, you should hire an attorney to prepare and file a motion to set the DUI conviction aside.

Do you have additional questions about DUI expungement in Arizona? If so, it is imperative that you contact an Arizona criminal defense attorney to discuss the specifics of your case.

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