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Under a new West Virginia law, certain felonies may be changed to a “reduced misdemeanor” on a criminal record through a civil court process called Criminal Offense Reduction. The intent of the law is to improve employment opportunities for people who may qualify. Read our new article to learn more.
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2019 ScheduleFriday, March 1 at 12 pmCharleston LAWV Office
Friday, May 17 at 12 pmLocation TBD, Parkersburg area
Friday, September 20 at 12 pmLocation TBD, Morgantown area
Friday, December 13 at 12 pmCharleston LAWV Office
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With over 100 full-time staff in 12 offices, Legal Aid of West Virginia is the state's primary provider of civil legal aid and advocacy services. Our mission is to ensure that the most vulnerable among us - low-income families, seniors, victims of domestic violence, the disabled - have an equal shot at justice, in the courtroom and in their communities.