BMI PILLARS:  Criminal Justice

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The Criminal Justice pillar is important because we discovered that those who have been convicted do not have the opportunity to get government assistance. Which in turn if one cannot find a job or get housing they feel as though they have no hope.

 

We are dedicated to getting out into the community  to do expungement fairs to help those who have charges that are eligible to be dropped.  By doing this we are able to get more black and brown people back into the workforce and out of the system. Our hope is that these same citizens are able to go back into the community lead

The Criminal Justice Pillar, in collaboration with other community-based organizations, is committed to serving men and communities impacted by the criminal justice system in the following areas:

 

  • Voter Registration (including men in GA County jails)

  • Criminal Record Expungement

  • Civic Engagement (including peaceful protests)

  • Community Education Forums

  • Monitoring and Addressing local, county, and State laws 

 

Resources

 

Local, County, and State Ordinances and Laws:

 

Listed in the links below are local, county, and State laws and ordinances that may be of importance to you and/or your family.

 

Misdemeanor Criminal Record Expungement: For information about record expungement in Fulton County, please contact the Solicitor-General Keith Gammage’s Office here

 

County Jails 

 

Clayton County

Cobb County

DeKalb County

Fulton County

Gwinnett County


 

Co-Chairs

The Criminal Justice Pillar is co-chaired by Michael A. Carson Jr. and Herman “Drew” Andrews who are both community advocates and have a longstanding history in criminal justice reform. 



 

Co-Chairs

H. Drew Andrews 

Michael A. Carson Jr.

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