Everyone deserves the right to have the ability to get a job to provide for themselves and their families. Some employers refuse to hire a person with a criminal conviction. Ohio law allows for criminal record sealing in certain cases, but limits exist.
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Justice Department Reaches Settlement with TPS
A person’s ability to meet the necessities for living a quality life should not be dependent upon where they live. People who otherwise qualify for services that allow them to remain in their home may have difficulty obtaining services for a multitude of reasons.
Students living in poverty need their school records so they can succeed in new schools.
"As a state, we must act to ensure that our increasingly mobile student populations are served through the transitions in their lives. "
You and the Law - November 2019
Host Jeffrey Swillinger talks Helping Seniors Legal Aid's Plan Ahead & Protect Project