Proposition 207 includes a new statute (A.R.S. § 36-2862) that authorizes some people to petition a court for an order that will seal their marijuana-related criminal records. Eligible petitioners are those who were arrested, charged, convicted or acquitted of any of the following offenses based on conduct occurring before November 30, 2020:

  • Possessing, consuming, or transporting two and one-half ounces or less of marijuana, of which not more than twelve and one-half grams was in the form of marijuana concentrate;
  • Possessing, transporting, cultivating, or processing not more than six marijuana plants at your primary residence for personal use; or
  • Possessing, using, or transporting paraphernalia related to the cultivation, manufacture, processing, or consumption of marijuana.

For additional information regarding expungement, please click here: https://www.azcourts.gov/prop207

Record Review Packet
The Criminal History Records Section of the Arizona Department of Public Safety serves as the Central State Repository for criminal records in the State of Arizona (see Arizona Revised Statute §41-1750). The subject of a criminal record may review the information contained in the record for the SOLE PURPOSE OF REVIEWING THE ACCURACY AND COMPLETENESS OF THEIR RECORD.

To Review the record the subject may:

  • Request a Record Review Packet by contacting the Criminal History Records Section at (602) 223-2222.
    • The Record Review Packet contains the following items:
      • Instructions 
      • Blank Applicant fingerprint card
      • Contact Information Sheet
      • Pre-addressed return envelope

A response, including a copy of any existing criminal record information, will be mailed to the requester within 15 days of receipt of the completed Record Review Packet. No personal information regarding the identity or address of the requester will be included in the response.

Forms

  • Download(link is external) and print the Record Review Packet Instructions 
  • Download(link is external) and print the fingerprint card and take it to a law enforcement agency to be fingerprinted. The agency may prefer to use a fingerprint card on standard stock. You may use the fingerprint card provided by the printing agency as long as the fingerprint card is the FBI blue standard applicant fingerprint card and all information identified in the instructions, including the agency and official taking the fingerprints, has been entered on the fingerprint card. 
  • Download (link is external) and print the Contact Information Sheet 
  • Download (link is external) and print the Record Review Packet Checklist
  • Download (link is external) FAQ for any questions
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