GJP's Record Restriction Manual "A Guide to Understanding and Correcting Criminal Records in Georgia"
This guide is to help people who have a Georgia criminal history, as well as organizations providing services to help people with criminal histories, understand how to get a copy of a criminal history, how to correct mistakes, how to apply for record restriction (expungement), and how to apply for a pardon.
In order to start accurately describing and addressing voter disenfranchisement and its effects on the lives of the people with whom we work, GJP will collect voter registration information (VRI) from 300 potential, current and former clients as well as 200 attendees of our education and outreach events.
Read all of GJP's Legislative Updates from Marissa McCall Dodson, Policy Director and Attorney. If you haven’t already done so, please register for Enhance the Chance: Georgia Justice Project Lobby Day at the Capitol on March 6th.
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