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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Expungement Summit 2012 - Reminder from Safer Foundation

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Public Policy and External Relations
May 29, 2012

What: The Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County's Expungement Summit
When: Saturday, June 2, 2012.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
The summit is expected to last until 4:30 p.m.
Where: Apostolic Church of God, 6230 S. Dorchester Ave, Chicago, Illinois
Format: Brief welcome and introduction, followed by break out groups for those eligible for sealing/expungement and for those eligible for clemency.
*    Each eligible person will speak with an attorney and will be assisted in completing petitions to seal and/or expunge their records.
*    The Prisoner Review Board will discuss clemency, with those ineligible for sealing/expungement.
*     Safer will have a staffed table and a break-out room to conduct eligibility screenings for Certificates of Good Conduct and Certificates of Relief from Disabilities.
NOTE: If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Anthony Lowery, Safer's Director of Policy and Advocacy, at 312.454.3379 or anthony.lowery@saferfoundation.org
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Anthony Lowery, Director, Policy and Advocacy

phone: 312-922-2200

* Many articles refer to people with criminal records as "ex-offenders" or "offenders". While we appreciate all the positive press these issues receive, we are working to use other terms to describe our clients that do not carry such negative connotations. These terms include "people with criminal records" or "people reentering society".
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