Fresno Clean Slate Event- Day 1

Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, All of Us or None- Fresno and California Prison Moratorium Project Invite You to a CLEAN SLATE DAY!

  • Have you ever been convicted of a felony, been detained in a juvenile hall, jail, prison, or INS detention?
  • Have you been denied jobs, public housing or welfare due to a felony conviction?
  • Are you having a hard time starting over since your release from a cage?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you owe it to yourself to join us for a Clean Slate / Records Expungement Clinic. Bring a photo I.D. and get a free copy of your RAP sheet!

When: Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. (Drop in anytime befoe 3:30 p.m.- first come, first served)

Where: The New Light for a New Life Church of God: 1106 W. Woodward Fresno, CA 93706

  • Free Lunch
  • Free childcare
  • HIV testingMobile
  • Health Unit
  • Assistance filling out record clearing documents and filing, referral to attorney representation for some central valley counties.

Save the date: October 21, 2017 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.  for Day 2 of this event where you may meet with an attorney to discuss your record clearing options and to clear your record! Location: TBD

For more information contact: California Prison Moratorium Project (559) 367-6020

*visit the facebook event page here 

See you there!


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