Consequences of Getting a Criminal Conviction in Arizona If you experience a conviction in Arizona, the collateral damage can be immense. And the damage is not always obvious at first. Your livelihood and right to live in the U.S. can be jeopardized. Therefore, it is important to understand these specific ways that your life can
Arizona Criminal Convictions and Immigration “My attorney didn’t tell me that I would lose my fingerprint card!” “I didn’t know probation would not let me keep my job or travel.” “I can’t believe probation, won’t let me move back home.” “You mean I lost my license for at least 3 years!” These questions and many
Arizona Criminal Appeals Process You Just Got Sentenced. Now What? In Arizona, there are two basic means of challenging your conviction: Appeal and Post Conviction Relief. This article will address the appeal process. And, in this brief article, there is no way possible to summarize the scope and challenges of what needs to be done.
Set Aside in Arizona Felony & Misdemeanor Convictions Once you have completed your sentence after a criminal conviction, you may be qualified for a Set Aside. The article provides information about setting aside both felony and misdemeanor convictions, restoring civil rights and restoring gun rights, based on Arizona law. A Set Aside is not guaranteed
Jail Time & Fines are Just the Start After an arrest, my client’s primary concern is going to jail or prison. But, in many cases, the larger problem is the collateral consequences of a criminal conviction. Mandatory incarceration is only the beginning of you being sentenced within the full extent of allowable “punishment” that the