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|FREE Dealing with Juvenile Criminal Records Class|
|Date||Tuesday June 28|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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La Peña Cultural Center
|Organizer/Author||The Barrington Collective|
This class will focus on dealing with a juvenile record in Alameda County. Juvenile records can be sealed and destroyed (and should be!) but many people don't know what this process involves. This seminar will walk through the remedies available for individuals with juvenile records in California. It will outline the legal process as well as the benefits of dealing with juvenile records.
INSTRUCTOR BIO: Margaret Richardson is a staff attorney in the Decriminalization of Poverty Practice at the East Bay Community Law Center in Berkeley, CA. Her work focuses on the intersection of poverty and criminal law including representing individuals seeking to clean up their criminal records, victims of police misconduct at citizen police review board hearings in Oakland and Berkeley, status citation defense for homeless people in Berkeley.
This class is part of a Free School that has recently started in the East Bay.
All classes are DROP-IN FRIENDLY. For a COMPLETE CLASS CALENDAR (we have over 25 classes for this summer) and MORE INFORMATION on the free school, please visit:
For more INFORMATION, if you want to TEACH a class, offer your SPACE up as a classroom, or DONATE funds or supplies, email us at:
Our classes are always free!