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Solicitor General Brian Whitside To Offer Record Restriction This Saturday

Solicitor General Brian Whitside To Offer Record Restriction This Saturday

Update: 2021-06-08
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www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County Solicitor General Brian Whiteside will offer past defendants a chance to get misdemeanor charges on their criminal records hidden from the public eye this weekend during a Juneteenth kick-off celebration that the Promised Land community in south Gwinnett is holding.

Whiteside announced his office will gather information from past defendants who qualify for "Records Restriction," and give out information on how to get records restricted, during the free-to-attend celebration. The event will be held from noon until 5 p.m. on Saturday at 4540 Lee Road in Snellville.

As its name suggests, "Records Restriction" is a way for someone has been accused of committing misdemeanor crimes to get those charges hidden from public view — as long as they meet certain criteria, such as never having been convicted of the crimes at trial and not pleading guilty or nolo contendere.
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Solicitor General Brian Whitside To Offer Record Restriction This Saturday

Solicitor General Brian Whitside To Offer Record Restriction This Saturday

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