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How can a conviction in Arizona be 'set aside'?

One of the unfortunate consequences of being convicted of a crime is having a criminal record. Even once that person's jail sentence has been served, their criminal record will still be available to others, making it difficult to find a place to live, obtain employment or own a firearm.

What constitutes the crime of assault in Arizona?

When people in Arizona think of the crime of assault, they may imagine a person who was brutally beaten in a fight with another person. Therefore, it may be surprising to hear that, in Arizona, a person can be charged with assault even if they never harmed the other party. In Arizona, assault occurs when a person either threatens to injure someone or tries to do so. Under Arizona statutes, assault can be intentional, knowing or reckless.

Neighborhood argument leads to assault charges

Some may say that "good fences make good neighbors," but it is still the case that neighbors don't always see eye-to-eye. Sometimes, this means they'll simply ignore each other, but other times heated arguments can ensue. Such arguments ultimately lead to one or both parties being charged with a crime. For example, a 23-year-old Arizona man is facing aggravated assault charges for allegedly beating a 70-year-old man. However, the accused claims the older man hit him first.

When does an Arizona resident need to register as a sex offender?

When it comes to sex offenses, the consequences of a conviction can last long after the person's prison sentence is fulfilled. For example, in Arizona, a person who was convicted of a sex crime may need to register as a sex offender. This could affect where that person can live, and what types of jobs they can obtain.

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