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My son was convicted of a felony DUI 5 years ago. All is good now and he has received the order to reinstate rights (except gun ownership) and the "Setting aside the judgement of guilt, dismissing the accusations or information and releasing the Defendant from all applicable penalties and disabilities resulting from the conviction from the court". I've read there are no Expungements in the State of Arizona but the "Setting Aside" seems to describe an Expungement. Does my son have to notify agencies (ie..police, sheriff, DPS, etc..) of the order or does the Court notify all the agencies. What should my son be doing to complete this process? Will any agency have his conviction information on file that can be accessed by outside agencies? Thank you in advance for your help. Karen
If your asking what shows up on his criminal record, go get your son a live scan. it should be immediately and automatic.
Despite the downward trend in incidents of drunk driving in recent years, statistics show that there is a DUI-related fatality every 45-60 minutes in the US. This may be why most states have cracked down on drunk driving by increasing statutory penalties, especially for repeat of...
If you are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) by a trial court, you still have a right to appeal the court's finding to an appeal (sometimes called appellate) court. This appeal is not automatic. Appellate courts are very strict about when appeals are filed. There is ...
A DUI conviction typically includes probation, which is designed to deter repeat behavior and ensure that you stay out of other legal trouble. If you are arrested for a serious crime while on probation, you can have your probation revoked. Your DUI probation conditions will depend on where you live,
Being convicted for DUI is most likely bad news for your auto insurance rates. Although you may not be eager to rush off to report your conviction to your insurance company, chances are that you won’t be able to hide it. Your attorney may be able to refer you to an insurance agent that specializes i
The level of blood alcohol content (BAC) at the time of driving is used as evidence that a person was driving while intoxicated (DUI). It is illegal in all states to drive if your BAC level is 0.08% or higher. If youre a minor, then the legal limit is 0.02%. Because BAC establish...
The Department of Licensing (DoL) or Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will seek to suspend your drivers license because you were arrested for DUI. There does not need to be a conviction. This is a separate procedure from court proceedings and there does not even need to be cr...