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Expungements For Veterans: How a Little Legal Work Can Make a BIG Difference

Tuesday October 22
2013

Veterans, especially those who served in combat, often have a difficult time adjusting to civilian life. These difficulties can lead to criminal records. Criminal records can create major obstacles to employment, housing, and other important issues in a Veteran's life. This short training will provide attendees with the tools necessary to help Veterans expunge their records and learn how a little legal work can make a BIG impact in a Veteran's life.

Registration is available here.

For any questions contact Antoinette Balta.

  • CLE Credit Comments: Join PLC and earn 1 unit of CLE at our upcoming training on expungements for Veterans. This training is provided free of charge in exchange for volunteering at one of our Expungement Clinics or taking an expungement case pro bono.

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