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Expunging your Pima County criminal record may seem like a daunting task. While the expungement process is complex and time sensitive, fortunately we are experienced experts who understand what it takes for a successful case. We will help you navigate through the expungement process from beginning to end, from filing the petition for expungement to representing you in court. Our familiarity with the courthouses and the District Attorney in Pima County will help us to better prepare to represent your case. Our firm has been awarded an A rating with the Better Business Bureau since 2006. Let our trusted attorneys help you to get your Pima County criminal record expunged.
With over 165 cases granted in Pima County, RecordGone.com is familiar with what it takes to successfully clear your criminal record through the expungement process. We have had success setting aside numerous convictions including, but not limited to:
Regardless of whether you were convicted with a misdemeanor or felony, as a juvenile or as an adult, or if you were merely arrested, your Pima County offense will stay on your criminal record until you have the offense set aside. Fortunately, we may be able to help you expunge your criminal record, which in turn will help you to find desirable employment, housing, and will be able to help you to make a better life for yourself and your loved ones.
When you are looking to have your criminal record removed it is important to have a licensed expungement attorney working on your behalf. You can count on RecordGone.com's experienced attorneys and trained staff to guide you through the entire process without ever having to come in for an expensive office visit or appear in court.
Expungement proceedings are quite complex and in many cases the outcome is up to the judge. Having RecordGone.com represent you will ensure that you do not end up waiting for months, or even years, because of simple mistakes that can start the process over.
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601 N La Canada, Green Valley, AZ 85614,
Marana Municipal Court
11555 W. Civic Center Dr. #C, Marana, AZ 85653
Pima County Superior Court
Clerk of Superior Court , 110 W. Congress, 1st Floor, Tucson, AZ 85701, Attention: Criminal Unit,
Tucson Municipal Court
103 E. Alamenda St., Tucson, AZ 85701
Pima County Justice Court
115 N Church Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701, 2nd floor
South Tucson Municipal Court
1601 South 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
Ajo Justice Court
Ajo Justice Court, 111 La Mina Avenue, Ajo, AZ 85321
District Attorney: Kellie Johnson
Named after the Native Americans that once inhabited the land, Pima County is located in southern Arizona, bordering Mexico. When compared with Maricopa, Pima’s population is relatively smaller, consisting of fewer than one million people. The population center of Pima is Tucson, the state’s second largest city. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median household income for Pima between 2008 and 2012 was $36,939 in stark contrast to the state’s average of $50,256. From the same census date it was found that the percentage of peoples living below the poverty level was 24.4%. The Pima County Sheriff Department’s website states that since 2007, they have apprehended “more than 400 criminals involved in drug, vehicle, and human-trafficking related crimes.”
Barbara LaWall is the 2014 District Attorney of Pima County. Barbara has a long standing with the District Attorney's office with almost 20 years experience. She was the first female to be elected into the Pima County District Attorney's office in 1996. Barbara has prosecuted criminal cases as a trial lawyer, managed the Criminal Division as the Chief Criminal Deputy, and oversaw administrative, budgetary, and policy matters as Chief Deputy County Attorney.
Barbara focuses on targeting serious, dangerous, and chronic offenders by persecuting through the maximum and toughest persecution. As a result, her office has increased the percentage of violent offenders taken to trial by 43% - surpassing the trial rates of all other Arizona prosecutor's office.
Barbara not only focuses on harsh punishment for violent offenders, but also focuses on creating programs that protect children such as the Safe Baby Program - a program that gives women a safe place to leave their newborn up to 72 hours old - and the AMBER Missing Child Alert. Additionally, Barbara has created the Community Prosecution Unit that assists landlords with criminal evictions, implemented a nationally recognized truancy program, and much more. Barbara has also been given numerous awards including, but certainly not limited to, the following:
*Arizona Attorney General's Distinguished Service Award for Advocacy and Victim Services (2011) *American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Norm Maleng Minister of Justice Award (2010) *LULAC/FBI Community Service Award (2009) *National District Attorney's Distinguished Faculty Award (2008)
32 N. Stone Avenue Tucson, Arizona 85701 (520) 740-5600
Pima County focuses on "green" initiatives such as Solar One Stop, Green Building Program, and Pima County/City of Tucson Net-Zero Energy Building Standard. Pima County also has a strong mining industry - predominantly copper. Pima County is also home to the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base with over 9,200 employees. High tech and service industries are top leading industries in Pima County. For employment in any of these fields, it is important to have a clear criminal record. Expunging an offense from a criminal record is the only way to help ensure that future employers do not have access to your offense, and if your criminal record does show your offense, that the conviction will show that the judgment has been overturned by the court of law.
Even though having your record expunged, sealed, or set aside can greatly increase your ability to find a job, other factors can benefit your job search as well. We have prepared a short video, getting employed with a criminal record, that provides such tips and advice.
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2942 N. 24th St.
Phoenix AZ 85016
We can remove criminal records from any city in Pima County, such as Tucson.