FWISD Historic Stop Six Initiative Leads Partnership to Help the Community
What: A newsconference announcing second annual Expunction Clinic; changes to the process; and assistance with identifying those eligible.
Who: Tarrant County Commissioner Roy C. Brooks of Precinct 1, Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson, Fort Worth ISD Historic Stop Six Initiative Director Carlos Walker, L. Clifford Davis Legal Association Attorney’s Crystal Gayden and Mary Panzu.
When:Thursday, March 2, 2017, 12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Dunbar High School Library, 5700 Ramey Avenue, Fort Worth
Summary: The FWISD Historic Stop Six initiative will host a news conference on Thursday, March 2, at Dunbar High School, to announce details of the second annual Expunction Clinic.
The clinic will be held on Saturday, March 4, from 8:30a.m. to 1 p.m., also at Dunbar High School.
Scheduled to attend the news conference are Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson, Tarrant County Commissioner Roy C. Brooks, attorneys Crystal Gayden and Mary Panzu.
The goal of the clinic is to help the community members become more employable, assist in attracting new businesses to the area and a reduction in crime.
All attorney services for the March 4 clinic will be at no cost to participants thanks to the volunteer efforts from members of the L. Clifford Davis Legal Association, as well as other prominent attorneys in and around Tarrant County. Additionally, waivers will be available to participants to help defray costs for filing fees.
For additional information on how to qualify and participate call Attorney Crystal Gayden – President of L. Clifford Davis Legal Association - at 817-492-0000.