One Standard of Justice is working hard on major projects, which at some point before the end of the year we hope to share with you in detail.
This is how you can help today. We are following the Council on Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Record which is trying to figure out how to seal criminal records if a person has been offense free for a to-be-determined length of time in the community so that housing and employment become more attainable.
It’s important for OSJ to show our strength in numbers. If you would be so kind to join me at this meeting if you are able. If you are unable, I’ll ask again. We will be noticed by the more people (and different faces) who are with me. That’s what we hope for. I strive for 5-6 people to sit with me at each meeting. You will have a chance to speak to legislators and other council members if you desire. OSJ will strive for equity in all the recommendations for legislation out of this committee. No exclusions.