How do I get my juvenile records destroyed?

To qualify for the destruction of juvenile records, as a minimum you must be at least 18 years of age, not convicted of a felony offense and all fines and restitution have been paid in full.

Note: An order for the destruction of records only applies to your juvenile court file. This order has no jurisdiction over any law enforcement arrest records.

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1. What is the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court?
2. What is a delinquent act?
3. What is an incorrigible act?
4. How does a juvenile get referred to the Court?
5. What is diversion?
6. What is a petition?
7. What is a dismissal?
8. What is the Probation Officer’s role?
9. What is Standard Probation?
10. What is Juvenile Intensive Probation Supervision (JIPS)?
11. What is the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC)?
12. How do I get my juvenile records destroyed?