Restoration of Rights in Phoenix

Dedicated Mesa-Gilbert Criminal Defense Attorneys

It’s no secret that a felony conviction can subject you to a number
of penalties including jail time, fines, and probation. What many people
fail to realize, however, is that a felony conviction will also cause
you to lose many of your civil rights. Luckily there is recourse, depending
on the unique circumstances of your case.

Our experienced Gilbert criminal defense lawyers can help you restore these
civil liberties through a restoration of civil rights. We understand the
major impact a felony conviction can have on the rest of your life, and
we will work aggressively to restore your rights when you choose our firm.

Call 480-400-5555​ today to learn how we can help you regain your rights.

What Rights Can Be Restored?

It’s not uncommon for those convicted of a felony to feel as though
they are being treated like second-class citizens. In addition to the
loss of rights, a felony conviction can make it tough to get a job, obtain
certain professional licenses, and even find a place to live.

With the help of our criminal defense attorney, you may be able to restore:

  • Your right to vote
  • Your right to hold public office
  • Your right to possess a firearm
  • Your right to serve as a juror

Who Qualifies for Restoration of Rights?

Typically, individuals who have been convicted of one felony in Arizona
will automatically have their rights restored after they complete their
probation, or after they have received an absolute discharge. However,
it is always best to file an application to restore your rights to ensure
that they are actually restored. Individuals who have been convicted of
two or more felonies will need to file an application to be considered
for restoration of rights. Those who have been convicted of certain violent
crimes and crimes against children will not be able to recover their gun rights.

Get Your Rights Back – Call 480-400-5555.

At McPhie Law, P.C., our founding attorney is a former senior prosecutor
in Maricopa County, giving our firm a unique understanding of the criminal
process. We have handled more than a thousand cases, and have seen countless
examples of individuals trying to turn their lives around after a criminal
conviction. When you retain our law firm, we will work tirelessly to restore
your rights and help you return to life as normal.

Don’t let a past mistake cost you your future. Get started now with a
free initial consultation.