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Right to Release in a Jail

Arizona Criminal Rule 7.2 – Right to Release

Right to Release   This rule outlines the conditions under which a defendant can be released before and after conviction in criminal cases in Arizona, taking into account the severity of the charges, evidence, and the defendant’s behavior and characteristics. Before Conviction; Bailable Offenses (Section a): Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Defendants charged …

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Sealing records from criminal cases in Arizona.

A.R.S. 13-911: Sealing of Arrest, Conviction, and Sentencing Records in Criminal Cases

A.R.S. 13-911: Sealing Records from Criminal Cases The State of Arizona has established clear guidelines and procedures for the sealing of arrest, conviction, and sentencing records through Arizona Revised Statute 13-911. This statute outlines the conditions under which an individual may request the sealing of their records, the process involved, and the implications of such …

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