Record Expungement Educational Town Hall

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Don't forget about our upcoming free Record Expungement Educational Town Hall! Join GJP and the Municipal Court of Stonecrest virtually to learn more about what criminal history can be cleared from a Georgia record. Register: https://buff.ly/39uZfwT

First Fridays – Understanding Your Georgia Criminal History

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First Fridays: Understanding Your Georgia Criminal History and What You Can Do About It Click here to register! Topics include: Reading your record Record restriction (expungement) Georgia's new law for restricting convictions Applying for a pardon How to apply for GJP's services These information sessions are intended to answer your questions about what you can get off of your record and how to make it happen. It is required that you attend a First Friday session before you apply for … read more First Fridays – Understanding Your Georgia Criminal History

Getting a Pardon in Georgia: The Path to Felony Expungement

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Georgia Justice Project (GJP) is hosting a training about Getting a Pardon in Georgia: The Path to Felony Expungement on Wednesday, Sept. 14th at 4 PM. It will be held virtually on Zoom--you can log in by computer or phone. Register HERE: Webinar Registration - Zoom If you receive a pardon for a felony conviction you can then ask the court that handled your case to restrict and seal (expunge) the record of that conviction so that it will not … read more Getting a Pardon in Georgia: The Path to Felony Expungement

The Hidden Workforce: The Business Case for Justice Reform

Alston + Bird 1201 W Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA

Across the country, incarceration will separate approximately 1.6 million children from their mothers this year. Join Alston + Bird and the Responsible Business Initiative for Justice (RBIJ) for a screening of the documentary "Apart" which follows the journey of three of these women. The screening will be followed by refreshments and a panel discussion on the impact of justice reform on the workforce, as well as time for conversations and networking with other attendees and panelists. Doors open at 3:30. … read more The Hidden Workforce: The Business Case for Justice Reform

Second Chance Hiring: Benefits, Dispelling Myths & Practical Considerations

On November 1st, GJP’s Policy Manager, Wade Askew, will be speaking at the @gachamber 2022 Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit. Wade will be sharing the benefits and practical considerations of Second Chance Hiring, as well as dispelling myths around criminal records. Register now to join us as we engage in open and honest dialogue with business and community leaders who are paving the way for change and inclusion in our state. #GADEI22   REGISTER HERE: gachamber.com/deisummit 11:00 AM – 11:55 … read more Second Chance Hiring: Benefits, Dispelling Myths & Practical Considerations

2023 Legislative Kickoff Event

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Reminder to join GJP on Friday, January 20th, 2023 for our Legislative Kickoff! Tune in to learn about GJP’s 2023 Policy Priorities. Register today at http://bit.ly/LegislativeKickoff !  

Fulton County District Attorney’s Office Record Restriction Event

Chapelhill Church 4330 Washington Road, East Point, GA

Join GJP at the Fulton County District Attorney's Office Record Restriction event on Saturday, January 21st, from 10AM to 1PM. Scan the QR code above to register today - registration is required for record assistance, and criminal history resolved out of Fulton Superior Court will be considered for restriction and sealing (expungement).

Georgia Criminal Records Educational Town Hall

Columbus Public Library 3000 Macon Road, Columbus, GA

Join GJP and the Columbus Public Library on Monday, January 23rd for a free in-person educational townhall covering an overview of criminal records in GA and what can be done to clear them. The townhall will take place at the Columbus Public Library (3000 Macon Road, Columbus, GA, 31906), from 3-4:30 PM.  Register at GJP.org/ColumbusTownHall.  Fill out the form below to register for the event! If you have any questions, please reach out to Paige@GJP.org. 

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