The Temple, Georgia Justice Project and Fulton County Solicitor General Keith E. Gammage have partnered to hold another Veterans Day Misdemeanor Record Restriction Summit. Free assistance will be provided to help attendees remove non-violent misdemeanor arrests from their criminal record.
The event is intended to assist those who have been arrested in Fulton County, were not convicted at trial or pled Nolo Contendre, completed a pre-trial intervention diversion program, completed first offender cases, or were charged with a misdemeanor under the age of 21.
The events have assisted thousands in clearing arrests from their criminal histories to give them a second chance. Without this initiative, the process to expunge a record can be expensive and lengthy. The summit is not only free but also reduces the process to a single day.
The summit will be held on Monday, November 11 from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. at The Temple located at 1589 Peachtree Street, NW. Registration is required and the deadline has been extended to November 4. The event is open to the first 250 applicants.
To register for the event, visit www.fultonrestorativejustice.org.
Photo Credit: Office of Keith E. Gammage