Arizona Fingerprint Board Court Documents
If you’re trying to obtain Fingerprint Clearance Card, but have previous convictions it’s important to know what the Arizona Board of Fingerprinting requires. Individuals must show the Board they have completed sentences for all convictions, no matter how long ago they occurred. In some cases, applicants for a Good Cause Exception must show the disposition of a charge (if you were not ultimately convicted) along with a Personal Statement explaining the details behind each criminal incident. Providing Arizona Fingerprint Board Court Documents as evidence is one way to show dispositions of your past case and criminal history. The Board will then assess your criminal history and case dispositions through the documents you provide to them.
Court Documents for Convictions
Individuals must obtain court documents to show you have completed your sentence.
Court Documents for Charges
Applicants should also obtain court documents showing the disposition of the case. These documents show the Board if the case(s) has been dismissed, struck, etc.
When to Hire an Attorney
It’s critical you know when to hire an attorney and how an attorney can help you. An attorney can help direct you on where and how to get the documentation you need to present to the Board. They can also help represent you and give you the best chance at obtaining a Fingerprint Clearance Card. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced professional on your side. At Chelle Law, our attorney’s assist in obtaining documentation, representing you in front of the Arizona Fingerprint Board and more.
If you’re interested in setting up a consultation with Chelle Law or learning more about how we can obtain your Arizona Fingerprint Board Court Documents reach out to us today.
Arizona Fingerprint Board Attorney
At Chelle Law our Arizona Board of Fingerprinting Attorney educates clients on how things work and what to expect as they face challenges with the Arizona Fingerprint Board. If you’re facing the denial or suspension of your Fingerprint Clearance Card our attorney’s believe it’s important you know about the Board you’re interacting with. We also believe it’s important to understand just how an attorney with experience can help you.
Individuals with substantiated allegations of child/adult abuse or neglect are listed in the Department of Child Safety Central Registry or Adult Protective Services Registry. When the Board reviews applications from individuals who have been disqualified after a central-registry background check, the applicant can apply for central-registry exception. To do so, the applicant must demonstrate their rehabilitation and haven’t had additional substantiated allegations.
Good-cause exception is for individuals with criminal histories whose fingerprint clearance card has been denied or suspended by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. In order to apply, an applicant needs to demonstrate rehabilitation and that there have been no other criminal acts. We can provide assistance with:
- Obtaining Court Documents
- Representation at the Hearing
- Writing your Personal Statement
- Criminal History Review
- Assistance with your Expedited Review
- Check of your Application Requirements
Status of Arizona Fingerprint Case Information
Board staff will not share information about a case with anyone but the applicant, unless the staff has received explicit, written permission to share information. The written permission must state:
- Whom the staff can share information with
- Signature of the applicant
- Current date
- An applicant’s case status update will not be provided by e-mail unless there has been an authorization form submitted.
Consultation with Chelle Law Fingerprint Card Attorneys
If you would like to set up a consultation with Chelle Law or learn more about the services our Arizona Fingerprint Card Attorney provides reach out to us today.