Trident United Way is holding a clinic to teach people how to expunge minor criminal charges from their record. Presentations at the clinic will be made by representatives of the South Carolina Probation, Pardon and Parole Board and attorney David Aylor.
They will discuss ways to clean up your past, which charges can be expunged, how the process works, and the costs.
The clinic is from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday at the Berkeley Prosperity Center, 325 East Main Street in Moncks Corner.
No one at the clinic will be paying or arranging payment for expungements, said Aylor. The clinic is for information only and is free and open to the public.
The Prosperity Centers in Moncks Corner and Summerville are a collective impact effort of Trident United Way, Palmetto Goodwill, Family Services Inc. and other non-profit organizations to help local residents achieve financial stability.
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