To enroll in Road to Rights call or email Road to Rights to discuss the program with our Program Specialist. There is never any fee to ask questions or to work with Road to Rights, whether or not you qualify for the program.
While it is not required that you work with Road to Rights, or an attorney, to vacate a prostitution conviction if you have been sex trafficked it is highly recommended that you seek professional support to navigate this process. The requirements for submitting paperwork are different in each state and each county. Having support will help to increase the likelihood of success when applying to clear a felony prostitution charge.
If you reach out to Road to Rights or your local county defenders office, you should not ever have to pay a fee when seeking support to vacate a felony prostitution charge in Arizona.