Arizona Proposition 207 - Expungement

The Prop 207 webpage (Prop 207 ( is a one-stop location where the public can find information and resources about Arizona’s expungement process, including the approved forms and instructions. The public can find the Prop 207 webpage on the website by using the Gavel chatbot, the Search bar, or under the Self-Service Center tab.

  • A.R.S. § 36-2862 addresses the petition process, appeals, and dismissals of complaints. It also allocates responsibility for specific procedures among the courts, the Department of Public Safety, law enforcement agencies, and prosecutors.

  • Rule 36, Rules of Criminal Procedure takes effect July 12, 2021, on an emergency basis, and the Supreme Court will consider adopting it permanently at its August 2021 Rules Agenda. Rule 36 governs petitions filed under A.R.S. § 36-2862 that seek to have records expunged, convictions vacated, and civil rights restored.

Additional information can be found at Prop 207 (