Arizona Voting Rights Restoration
In Arizona, committing certain offenses may cause you to lose your civil rights, including the right to vote. Below you will find information regarding the reasons you may lose your voting rights, and how to restore your voting rights in Arizona:
If you are eligible to restore your voting rights, then you can begin the petition process by obtaining and filing the application for civil rights restoration. You can obtain an application for civil rights restoration by visiting your county's Superior Court website. You will need to go to the Criminal Court forms section, and then select the "Requesting the Restoration of Civil Rights-Form 300" option. You also have the option to request the application in person by visiting your county's Superior Court. It is important to keep in mind that you will be filing the application for civil rights restoration with the same court that removed your civil rights and oversaw your felony hearing.
When you submit the application to restore your civil rights you must also include a copy of the Certificate of Absolute Discharge, which can be obtained by contacting the Arizona Department of Corrections. Once you have requested your records, the Department of Corrections should send you the requested information within 3-6 weeks.
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