When you are arrested or convicted of drunk driving, resulting criminal charges can heavily affect your daily life. You may lose your job, struggle to find a new position, get expelled from college and even suffer credit problems. Your insurance is likely to cost more. Also, if you are in politics or hold other positions scrutinized by the public, you will likely experience trouble gaining those roles in the future – if you are eligible to hold office, at all.
In Arizona, if you have been convicted of DUI you may be eligible for a Set Aside (ARS 13-907). A Set Aside is similar to expungement of criminal records in other states. To find out if a Set Aside will work to clear DUI conviction from your criminal record, call DM Cantor.
What a Set Aside / Expungement can do for DUI Convictions
Depending upon the circumstances of each individual’s case, it is often possible to have a DUI, drug-related or other conviction removed from your public record by a lawyer for expungement or Set Aside. First, you must complete all of the conditions of your sentence and associated probation. If you have achieved this and have otherwise cooperated as you should, the court may agree to have your DUI or criminal records Set Aside. This means that the conviction will be cleaned from your record, as if you were never found guilty. (more…)