Georgia recently passed two bills that significantly expand criminal record clearing options for individuals who were convicted – SB 288 and SB 435. Georgia Justice Project took the lead in advocating for and drafting SB 288, which becomes effective January … Continue reading
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ATLANTA, August 6th, 2020 – Governor Kemp has signed legislation that will provide a process for rehabilitated Georgians to move beyond their criminal history by restricting and sealing certain conviction records – a process most states call expungement. SB 288 … Continue reading
Complete the form below to purchase a recording of GJP’s Criminal Records CLE, recorded on September 30, 2020. Upon purchase, you will receive an e-mail from Molly@GJP.org with a link to view the recording and instructions on submitting you CLE … Continue reading
Join GJP for our next Criminal Records CLE for attorneys, and learn more about record restriction in Georgia as well as barriers to employment, housing, and other opportunities caused by a criminal record. Upcoming Criminal Records CLE Thursday, Nov. 14, … Continue reading
Have you or someone you know been incarcerated for failure to pay child support? Has mounting debt caused you to lose your job and ability to care for yourself and your kids? We want to hear from you! Georgia Justice … Continue reading