Arizona Revised Statutes - Title 13 Criminal Code - Section 13-921 Probation for defendants under eighteen years of age; dual adult juvenile probation
13-921. Probation for defendants under eighteen years of age; dual adult juvenile probation
A. The court may enter a judgment of guilt and place the defendant on probation pursuant to this section if all of the following apply:
1. The defendant is under eighteen years of age at the time the offense is committed.
2. The defendant is convicted of a felony offense.
3. The defendant is not sentenced to a term of imprisonment.
4. The defendant does not have a historical prior felony conviction.
B. If the court places a defendant on probation pursuant to this section, all of the following apply:
1. Except as provided in paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of this subsection, if the defendant successfully completes the terms and conditions of probation, the court may set aside the judgment of guilt, dismiss the information or indictment, expunge the defendant's record and order the person to be released from all penalties and disabilities resulting from the conviction. The clerk of the court in which the conviction occurred shall notify each agency to which the original conviction was reported that all penalties and disabilities have been discharged and that the defendant's record has been expunged.
2. The conviction may be used as a conviction if it would be admissible pursuant to section 13-703 or 13-704 as if it had not been set aside and the conviction may be pleaded and proved as a prior conviction in any subsequent prosecution of the defendant.
3. The conviction is deemed to be a conviction for the purposes of sections 28-3304, 28-3305, 28-3306 and 28-3320.
4. The defendant shall comply with sections 13-3821 and 13-3822.
C. A defendant who is placed on probation pursuant to this section is deemed to be on adult probation.
D. If a defendant is placed on probation pursuant to this section, the court as a condition of probation may order the defendant to participate in services that are available to the juvenile court.
E. The court may order that a defendant who is placed on probation pursuant to this section be incarcerated in a county jail at whatever time or intervals, consecutive or nonconsecutive, that the court determines. The incarceration shall not extend beyond the period of court ordered probation, and the length of time the defendant actually spends in a county jail shall not exceed one year.
F. In addition to the provisions of this section, the court may apply any of the provisions of section 13-901.Sections: Previous 13-910 13-911 13-912 13-912.01 13-913 13-914 13-916 13-917 13-918 13-919 13-920 13-921 13-923 13-924 13-925 Next
Last modified: February 19, 2012