Under A.R.S. 8-349 adults who have juvenile records can apply to have their records destroyed by the juvenile court that placed them on probation. In order to qualify for the destruction of your juvenile records you need:
- To be at least 18 years old
- You were not convicted of a felony offense or adjudicated delinquent for an offense listed in A.R.S. 13-501, subsection A or B or title 28, chapter 4
- You do not have a criminal charge pending
- You successfully completed all the terms and conditions of probation or you were successfully discharged from the department of juvenile correction, or you successfully completed your individual treatment plan
- You paid all restitution and monetary assessments in full
- The destruction of record is in interest of justice and furthers the rehabilitation process
Under A.R.S. 8-349 do you qualify to have your juvenile records destroyed? Having a prior juvenile criminal history could have serious implications in your future. If you have questions or need assistance in destroying your juvenile records, contact Daniel at Gonzales and Poirier at 928-774-5400 or to learn more visit our website. Daniel has 6 years as a prosecutor of which he specialized in juvenile law for three years.
For more information on destroying your juvenile record and juvenile cases in general see, askthejudge.info and for information on Coconino County Juvenile Court, click here.