Have your felony convictions caused you to lose your civil rights in Arizona? We wish to help you restore them. We are a nationwide law firm that strives to serve people like you, who want to normalize their lives after having a past conviction.
Restoration of civil rights will allow a person to vote, hold office, and serve as a juror. Felony convictions in Arizona can keep you from being able to exercise these rights. Most Americans and Arizonans hold these rights close to their hearts, because they are a quintessential part of what it means to be an American. Gaining back these rights can be an important step toward a successful reintegration back into society. We want to help you become an active contributing member of society by using our skills in post-conviction relief to get your civil rights restored in Arizona.
Take the first steps to see if you are authorized to restore your civil rights in Arizona or any of our other services by taking our free online eligibility test.
If you were convicted of one felony, then your civil rights are automatically restored if you completed your probation or received an absolute discharge from imprisonment and paid any fine or restitution that the judge ordered.
If you were convicted of two or more felonies you may petition the court to restore your civil rights after your probation is completed or you receive an absolute discharge from imprisonment. If your conviction was in federal court, then we can file in the county that you now reside in for your civil rights to be restored.
Civil Rights restoration is provided for in Arizona law under Arizona Revised Statutes Sections 13-905 and 13-906. Section 13-905 addresses those who received probation for two or more felonies. It provides that they must petition the superior court in which they were sentenced to restore those civil rights lost as a result of the convictions. Once discharged from probation there is no waiting period, and the petition to restore your civil rights may be filed right away.
Arizona Revised Statute Section 13-906 addresses those who were sentenced to prison for two or more felonies. Those addressed under this section must also petition the superior court in which they were sentenced to restore those civil rights lost as a result of the convictions. Unlike those only sentenced to probation, people sentenced to prison must wait two years from the date of absolute discharge in order to file a petition for civil rights restoration.
Firearm rights are handled separately and there are separate waiting periods for individuals looking to restore firearm rights in Arizona.
The typical Civil Rights Restoration case in Arizona takes approximately 3 to 4 months. We will work as quickly as possible, but the courts function on a first-come, first-served basis, and therefore the faster you start the process, the faster your civil rights can be reestablished.
The flat fee we charge includes all costs associated with filing for the restoration. We will conduct any research necessary, file the motion with the court, reply to oral or written opposition from the prosecution, and have one of our top licensed attorneys go to court to argue your case in front of the judge. We are experienced in Arizona courts having handled more than 1,000 Arizona cases. You can check on the status of your case by logging into our exclusive online case management system
The low flat fee we charge for the Arizona civil rights restoration service can be broken into interest-free payments. We also price match for this service should you find it cheaper at one of our competitors.
We want you to be able exercise your civil rights like all other Americans. It will further your journey in being an upstanding member of our society. Sign up for our service today so that we can help.
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* This price includes filing fees and court costs. In some instances a report from the Department of Public Safety may need to be obtained. This may require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay an additional approximate amount of $25.
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