National Information on Rights Restoration
If held in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, restoration of rights will be accompanied by a granted Certificate of Absolute Discharge from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. This can be obtained by contacting the US District Court Clerk’s Office
Can also call the Restoration Clerk at 602-506-4949 to assist with a federal conviction.
Arizona Information on Rights Restoration
https://www.acluaz.org/en/get-back-your-right-vote (Outline of Process including County Resources for Restoration Paperwork)
-You must file for Restoration of your Rights within 2 years of receiving your Certificate of Absolute Discharge (https://www.azleg.gov/viewdocument/?docName=https://www.azleg.gov/ars/13/00908.htm)
If you live in Arizona, but lost your voting rights due to a conviction in another state, you need to follow the rights restoration procedure of the other state:
To see how a conviction in another state could have affected your rights: http://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/felon-voting-rights.aspx.
Contact information for help restoring your rights in other states: https://www.sentencingproject.org/state-contacts/
Rights Restoration Workshops
Maricopa County: https://www.maricopa.gov/3851/Get-Help-to-Restore-Your-Rights
Maricopa Superior Court: https://superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/llrc/workshops
Pima County Public Defender’s Office Free Weekly Walk-In Clinic: https://webcms.pima.gov/government/public_defender/
University of Arizona: https://law.arizona.edu/civil-rights-restoration-clinic
Program Director: Andy Silverman; firstname.lastname@example.org
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