In Arizona, burglary is an extremely serious felony charge. Depending on the area that was burglarized, burglary crimes can be charged as a class 4 felony up to a class 2 felony. In some cases, however, even a crime as serious as burglary can be set aside or removed from your record. To process a motion to set aside a burglary conviction there are certain procedures and restrictions that you must follow. If you are looking for a fresh start, you can begin by consulting with a criminal defense attorney at JacksonWhite who can assess your case and help you clean up your past.
Contact criminal defense attorney, Jeremy Geigle, to learn more about how to set aside your conviction in Arizona. Jeremy can be reached directly at (480) 818-9943, and can discuss the details of your case during a free confidential consultation.