Vacate Judgement of Guilt/Dismissal of Charges

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Obtaining a Court Order vacating the conviction and setting aside the judgment of guilt releases a criminal defendant from all penalties and disabilities resulting from the conviction. It places you in a position where you can answer no to questions regarding whether you were ever convicted of a criminal act on various types of applications. It restores your civil rights, It allows you to seek to have firearm rights restored, participate in jury duty, seek state licensure that was previously unavailable, etc..

Of equal importance, once the conviction is vacated and the judgment of guilt is set aside, it opens the door to seek State Certifications, Student Loans, and Housing Assistance. It also helps you overcome background checks associated with apartment and house rental applications.

There is nothing worse than losing an employment opportunity for that dream job because of a minor blemish on your record when the employer conducts a criminal background check.

There is nothing worse than being unable to fulfill your goals of entering a professional field (Medical, Real Estate, Contracting, Government or State Agencies) after years of education because you can't enter an internship, externship or pass a state licensing exam because of a decade old blemish on your record revealed by a background check.

Why even take the chance! You have worked too hard and come too far to let your past mistakes deny you the opportunity to provide a better life for you and your family. Here is an affordable way to overcome those obstacles and move forward with your career without fail or worry. You can take those steps to obtain closure of your past mistakes today by taking a few moments to determine your eligibility, provide some information, and make your payment. The relief you will receive is priceless.

Review Arizona Revised Statute: ARS 13-907 for more information.


Arizona currently doesn't charge a Court filing fee. Therefore, CHC doesn't assess one. So your total cost on any Arizona case won't exceed $199 dollars.


Just fill out the application form and submit your application. You can make your payment right now with any major credit card or Paypal, or one of our staff will follow up with you to help answer your questions and help you complete the process. If you have Court documents in your possession, you can fax or email them to our office which allows us to expedite your document preparation and submission even faster.

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