Domestic Violence

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Question: If someone was convicted of domestic violence 3 years ago, can they by any way file any motions to get the fines reduced by the court? or file for any motions to set aside the conviction?

Answer: A person who qualifies may get their conviction "set aside" in Arizona. For information about the process, eligibility and the effects of a set aside please read this article: http://azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?mc=13&sc=66&articleid=147.

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  • If someone was convicted of domestic violence 3 years ago, can they by any way file any motions to get the fines reduced by the court? or file for any motions to set aside the conviction?

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