Q: I would like to go to nursing school or have a professional lisence abling me to get out of poverty with my children. I
I have a florida grand theft withheld of adjudication from over 7 years ago. Ga now requires level 2 background checks. Is there any way I can be forgiven for my past so my kids future can be better
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A: Contact the State Bar of Georgia; they have legal aid resources for low-income Georgians. Search for pro bono (no charge) criminal lawyers in your area. If you are not able to find someone who could help you, reach out to criminal law or criminal procedure professors at law schools, or criminal justice professors at colleges - maybe you could persuade a sympathetic professor to have their students work on your matter. Or maybe they could direct you to someone in their networks. Look into low-income law clinics. Look into online schools and scholarships if childcare and tuition present challenges.
I hope you're able to find the help you need to turn things around for the better for you and your family. Good luck
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