Is your juvenile record in Arizona holding you back and not allowing you to make progress with your life? A past juvenile record may keep you from getting a better position and making an improved salary. Nationwide, we have helped thousands of our clients clear their records. We wish to help you get your juvenile record sealed in Arizona.
Your juvenile conviction in Arizona may still be affecting you today. Juvenile records will often come up in any background checks that can be run by employers, landlords, banks and others. If your record pops up it can prevent you from finding employment, finding housing, and receiving credit. Also, since it is easy for most people to just pay a few dollars to get a background check done, pretty much anyone can run a check on you. This can cause you embarrassment or other missed opportunities.
We do not want you to continue to suffer for any past juvenile conviction. We believe you should be given a chance to start a new life. RecordGone.com has the experience and award-winning service to get your case done right the first time. We offer this Arizona juvenile record sealing service at flat fee that can be separated into payments if needed.
Arizona law permits the destruction of juvenile records. When the records are destroyed then the incident is treated as if it never happened, and it will not appear on a background check. Although the record is sealed, it does not relieve you of any penalties and disabilities that are a result of the conviction. Therefore, if you want to be able to state that you were not convicted and not be punished by a juvenile conviction (or a case where you were adjudicated delinquent) then you should set aside and seal your juvenile record.
The first step is to find out if you are qualified for record clearing relief. Take this free online evaluation to find out.
In order to seal and destroy the records of your past juvenile conviction in Arizona, you must meet the following conditions:
If you were adjudicated delinquent of one of the above offenses, you may still have your juvenile records destroyed if:
The standard juvenile record sealing case in Arizona takes about 4 to 5 months. We will handle the research, compose and file the required motions and documents, reply to any opposition from the DA, and send one of our attorneys to a hearing to argue your case in front of a judge.
In the majority of cases, you will not have to actually come to court. You can let us do the work, while you can check the status of your case online. You can trust us to handle your case; we have helped more than 1,000 people in Arizona with clearing their records.
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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 a pay an additional approximate amount of $25.
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Phoenix AZ 85016
*The Expedited Record Clearance Update service is not a court service and requires a granted court order. Once we receive a granted court order for your case, we can expedite an update of 650 private background check companies within 14 business days. The service does not involve or influence any court, tribunal, legislative body, or public official in order to complete the update, nor does is expedite traditional court or government record update processes.