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Wake County Expungement Clinic to be held February 10

Friday, February 9, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sarah Justice
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Criminal Record Expungement Clinic to be held Saturday, February 10

WHAT:   The Wake County District Attorney’s Office, in conjunction with the Wake County Bar Association/Tenth Judicial District Bar, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and multiple Wake County agencies, will be holding an expungement clinic for individuals who have been pre-determined as eligible to have their criminal records expunged. Several Wake County attorneys and judges will be providing pro bono services to assist clients with the expungement process.


Wake County District Attorney’s Office

Wake County Public Defender’s Office

Wake County Clerk of Court

Wake County Bar Association

Tenth Judicial District Bar

North Carolina Justice Center

Legal Aid of North Carolina

Blanchard Community Law Clinic of Campbell Law School

Community Success Initiative

Macedonia New Life Church


WHEN:   Saturday, February 10; 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.


WHERE:   Macedonia New Life Church

                  2004 Rock Quarry Road

                  Raleigh, NC 27610

WHY: In November 2017, individuals that attended the Finding Success Re-entry Fair were able to begin the process of exploring if their past criminal offenses were eligible to be expunged from their records. Multiple agencies pooled resources to walk over 100 individuals through the process of expungement- the North Carolina Justice Center provided expunction information; the Wake County District Attorney’s office pulled their records; Legal Aid of North Carolina screened every record for eligibility; and member attorneys of the Wake County Bar Association and Tenth Judicial District Bar provided pro bono legal services. 50 eligible candidates were informed and will finalize their expungements on Saturday, February 10 with the Wake County Clerk of Court and several Wake County District Court judges.

NOTE:  To protect the identities of clients having their records expunged, no names or identifying photography of individual clients will be allowed. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman, Wake County District Court Judge Ashleigh Parker Dunston, and Blanchard Community Law Clinic Director Ashley Campbell will be available for interviews.


For more information, please contact Sarah Justice - Communications, Wake County Bar Association

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