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Newsroom - January 2015

Georgia Justice Project’s “Coming Home Program”

The Georgia Justice Project (“GJP”) provides the Atlanta Community with something very unique: legal services combined with social services and employment support for indigent individuals accused of a crime.

GJP’s Coming Home Program assists people whose criminal records act as a barrier to opportunities, particularly employment and housing. It helps people with criminal histories understand their histories, correct mistakes on their records, apply for record restriction or expungement, and apply for a pardon.

As a GJP Board member, Marbury Rainer has been involved in implementing the Coming Home Program as well as supporting GJP’s legislative advocacy, which has succeeded in bringing about important changes to Georgia law. GJP uses volunteers from the legal community to assist indigent clients in dealing with these issues. Several Parker Hudson lawyers have completed training using GJP’s “Guide to Understanding and Correcting Criminal Records in Georgia” and serve on GJP’s roster of volunteers for the Coming Home Program. The Firm is proud to support the Georgia Justice Project.

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