This webinar acknowledged Second Chance Month and will feature advocates working toward reforming expungement provisions in several jurisdictions, specifically Pennsylvania and California. The webinar will also feature stories of individuals who have received expungements and how this provision has aided them in their efforts to successfully and fully integrate into their community. With the recent passage of the Clean Slate Bill in Pennsylvania and efforts in California to ensure those formerly convicted have a second chance, this webinar will serve to highlight those advancements and serve as a call to action for other jurisdictions to follow suit.
Welcome: Kyle O'Dowd, Associate Executive Director for Policy, NACDL
Moderator: Angelyn Frazer-Giles, Executive Director, National Network for Justice (NNJ)
Panel: Sharon Dietrich, Litigation Director and Managing Attorney, Community Legal Services of Philadelphia; Zane Johnson, Managing Attorney, Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity; Gary, recipient of expungement; and Tina Connor, Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) with a Community Treatment Team in Pennsylvania
Sponsored by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) & United Food and Commercial Workers Union (UFCW)
Co-Sponsored by National Network for Justice (NNJ)
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