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Having a criminal conviction set aside

A criminal conviction can quickly endanger your immigration status. Thus, when many come to see us here at the Sanchez Law Group following such an occurrence in Yuma, their first question is typically how they might be able to get an offense off their record. Nearly everyone is familiar with the concept expungement. The question whether or not it is even available to you, and then whether having an offense expunged will help keep you from being deported. 

Maricopa County deputies accused of using excessive force

Yuma residents may understand (and even expect) that law enforcement authorities might need to result to using force in order to uphold the law. Yet while such professionals have been empowered to do so, such a privilege is one that is to be used judiciously. Typically, the use of force may be reserved for those situations in which authorities believe themselves or others to be in imminent danger. This implies that using force may not be appropriate when ensuring compliance, particularly when other methods might be available. Authorities may be expected to understand this and keep it in mind when dealing with the public. 

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