If you have an Arizona conviction, charge, arrest, or adjudication, you may be eligible to have it cleared from your record and expunged forever.

When voters passed Prop. 207, they included expungement provisions that let people clear all traces of the following offenses from their records:

  • Possessing, consuming, or transporting 2.5 ounces or less of marijuana;
  • Possessing, consuming, or transporting 12.5 grams or less of concentrates;
  • Possessing, transporting, cultivating, or processing 6 or fewer marijuana plants;
  • Possessing, using, or transporting marijuana paraphernalia.

Expungements Should Be Universal and Automatic… but they aren’t

All fifteen county attorneys and the Attorney General have the power to make this process universal and automatic for every person they prosecuted under these regressive and unjust laws. They haven’t. 

Somewhere between 250,000 and 500,000 Arizonans have an arrest, adjudication, or conviction for possession of marijuana on their records. Because prosecutors have refused to repair the harm that they have caused and make it easy and automatic for people to expunge their records, Julie Gunnigle partnered with the nice people at the Arizona NORML to help the community clear their convictions.

Prepare a Petition (for FREE) from Your Home Computer

Since July 12, 2021, Arizona NORML has facilitated the filing of nearly two thousand expungement petitions and coordinated the filing through volunteer attorneys of nearly a dozen appeals and hearings. They have put on 54 clinics over the course of 2021, and has had an in-person expungement clinic in every Arizona county. Over the last year, Gunnigle has volunteered nearly a thousand hours of pro bono legal help at these clinics, hearings, and appeals, and created software to make the process as easy as possible.

There are no filing fees and it takes fewer than fifteen minutes to answer the questions and receive your ready-to-file petition via email.

Click Below to Start Your Expungement

To clear your conviction from an Arizona Superior Court, click here.

To clear your conviction from a municipal or justice court, click here.