Judges to Host the First Saturday Expungement Court at First Baptist Church of Madisonville

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On April 21st, 10th Judicial District judges and court clerks with the help of Vet-to-Vet, the UT Legal Clinic, pro bono attorneys, and community volunteers will host its first ever Saturday Expungement Clinic at the First Baptist Church of Madisonville from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The Saturday Expungement Clinic will help people review their criminal records and determine whether charges can be removed and old court costs waived.  Any resident of Bradley, McMinn, Monroe and Polk Counties with criminal charges in these counties may be eligible for free legal help.  But the Saturday Clinic requires pre-registration by calling the UT Legal Clinic Expungement Hotline at 865-974-6775 by Tuesday, April 10thDownload 10th Judicial District Expungement Flyer

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6 Replies to “Judges to Host the First Saturday Expungement Court at First Baptist Church of Madisonville”

  1. Will a 1st dui be expunged. I’m a honorable discharged veteran. I made a very stupid mistake . It was October 12th, 2012.

    1. Good morning Timothy. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. We are proud that you have accepted responsibility for your precious choices and looking to improve your future. Our registration for the upcoming expungement clinic has expired. However, we would recommend that you contact UT’s College of Law Expungement Hotline at 865-974-6775 to answer your question about your DUI. If you need peer support or readjustment counseling please call us at 865-336-2624. Pray and work…for God and Country. Ed Junod

  2. Is this clinic for Sunday April 21st or was it for today the 20th. I’m confused about the correct date because on the fliers it says April 21st but here on the website it has repeatedly said Saturday clinic. I just wanted to be certain. Thank you

    1. Good afternoon Cymone, many people are reading last year’s Expungement Clinic announcement for April 21, 2018 in Madisonville TN. There is no clinic scheduled for this year that we are aware of.

  3. I’m a disabled veteran I picked up a class E felony 10/05/2012 in Polk county TN. Only felony ever, I have over $220k in education and want to put it to use, vice duck a felony haunting me. How can I get it off. Had 2 simple possession of Marijuana in that county, before the class E charge. I’m better that a felony and feel I deserve to have the felony removed. Thank you. Art

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