Do You Have a Conviction for a Nonviolent Felony or Marijuana Offense?

Posted on Jun 14, 2017

Do you have a conviction for a nonviolent felony or a marijuana felony offense? 

Is that conviction preventing you from securing a job?

Does that conviction make you ineligible for housing programs or other government aid?

Does that conviction make you ineligible for a school loan?

You may be eligible for a misdemeanor reduction!

PROP 47 and PROP 64 CLINIC 
3rd Friday of each Month

Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps Neighborhood Youth Center
1805 E. California Ave., Fresno, CA 93706

Call to reserve your spot: LCC (559) 264-1048.

The Public Defender’s Office in partnership with the Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps/YouthBuild Fresno is assisting qualifying individuals with cleaning up their record under Proposition 47 and Proposition 64. Proposition 47 reclassified many nonviolent felony offenses to misdemeanors, while Proposition 64 legalized marijuana making many offenses invalid or misdemeanors. Please sign up for your appointment with the Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps. Appointments only, please.

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