South Carolina sets up expungment workshop to help job seekers

Officials in South Carolina are setting up an expungement workshop in the area in order to help job seekers with criminal records gain a fresh start.

According to event officials, the main objective is to inform residents of the rules of expungements and pardons and it will take place at Tri-County Technical College.

All residents in Oconee, Pickens and Anderson Counties are invited to attend and representatives from the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services will be at the event to explain details and answer questions.

A pardon works to clear legal infractions so that a person can obtain certain licenses or secure certain jobs. An expungement works to clear a criminal record for all convictions received in the state of South Carolina.

If you are interested to learn more about how the expungement process works in the state of Texas, contact the Dallas expungement lawyers of the Law Office of Mark T. Lassiter today.

Pittsburgh police place officers with criminal charges on ‘modified duty’

Officials with the Pittsburgh Police Department have stated that four or five of the officers will be place on ‘modified duty’ because they currently have criminal charges on their record, even though the officers were never convicted of the crimes.

The officers will likely move to desk jobs and will not be able to wear uniforms or perform daily tasks until they each have the records expunged.

Once their records are expunged, the officers will be able to return to normal working schedules. The deputy chief for the law enforcement agency stated that many of the charges were said to be domestic violence related.

If you or a loved one is need of an expungement to clear your record, contact the Dallas expungement lawyers of the Law Office of Mark T. Lassiter by calling 214-845-7007 today.

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