Minding the Justice Gap is a webinar series by the Center for Access to Justice and the Administrative Office of the Courts. This series provides a forum for Georgia-based stakeholders—and any others wanting to attend—to not only learn about targeted access-to-justice issues but also generate new ideas for solutions and implementation in the state.

In this fifth class, hear from our speakers about record restriction work in Georgia. Brenda Smeeton from the Georgia Justice Project, Sarah Anderson from Georgia Legal Services, and Judge Tabitha Ponder from the Georgia Courts will discuss the state of criminal records law, record restriction law, and related reform. We'll also hear from Flynn Broady Jr., District Attorney of Cobb County, who will talk about his Second Chance Desk Program, and Elicia Hargrove, representing the Henry County District Attorney's office, who will talk about their online portal for people seeking record restrictions.  

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Sarah Anderson, Pro Bono Project Staff Attorney, Georgia Legal Services Program
  • Brenda Smeeton, Legal Director, Georgia Justice Project
  • Flynn Broady Jr., District Attorney's Office, Cobb County
  • Elicia Hargrove, District Attorney's Office, Henry County

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