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The Lunch & Learn Series continues with
“Expunging Criminal Records: 
Learn the In’s and Out’s of Clearing a Criminal Record”

 

“Expunging Criminal Records: Learn the In’s and Out’s of Clearing a Criminal Record”
February 21   |   11:00 am to 12:30 pm   |   Bring your lunch. We will provide the drinks.
Location: Frazier House   |   4600 Spring Avenue   |    Dallas, TX

Cass Robert Callaway, a practicing criminal defense lawyer who represents people accused of misdemeanor and felony charges, will be the presenter for the February Lunch & Learn Series class at Frazier House. He will provide participants with strategies on how to clear their criminal records.  The class is February 21 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,at Frazier House, 4600 Spring Avenue.

Technology has changed the world of background checks, according to Callaway. His discussion will focus on:

  • Effective strategies for preserving/allowing for criminal record clearing eligibility

  • A view of the criminal record clearing process

  • Alternatives to getting around criminal record history when record clearing isn’t an option

  • The do’s and don’ts of online criminal record databases/mug shot scam sites

  • Practical ways of getting criminal records cleared with an eye toward your finances

Callaway will discuss also how you can be an effective advocate for legislative and policy changes in your community, at work, and in your sphere of influence – to make criminal record clearing more available to people fighting for a second chance.

Presenter: Cass Robert Callaway is a practicing criminal defense lawyer. He also serves as local counsel for the online record clearing law firm – Higbee & Associates (www.recordgone.com). He has managed the filing and resolution of hundreds of expunctions, non-disclosures and motions to set aside conviction. As a prolific record-clearing attorney, Callaway has established strong relationships with the District Attorney’s offices in Dallas, Tarrant and Collin Counties. He also serves as the presiding municipal judge in Hutchins, TX and the alternate municipal judge in Addison. He grew up in the San Antonio area, attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, worked in politics in Washington, D.C. for several years, returned to Texas to attend law school at Texas Tech School of Law, and now resides in Dallas operating his practice – The Law Office of Cass Callaway.