CORI SEALING DAY
We fought For CORI Reform, Now It’s Time To Seal Your CORI!
Celebration and Info Session - the CORI law is scheduled to go into
effect on May 4
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2012
DUDLEY BRANCH LIBRARY AUDITORIUM
11:00am-3:30pm: Assistance Sealing CORIs from Attorneys and Public Notaries
1:30pm-2:30pm: Lunch and Information session with speeches from members of the community, CORI reform advocates State Representative Elizabeth Malia, Chief Probation Officer of the Roxbury District Court, Anthony Gully and Greater Boston Legal Services attorney Pauline Quirion
To determine your eligibility to seal your CORI bring:
· state ID (example: driver’s license)
· copy of your CORI (or we can sign you up to get a copy at the event
if you do not have a copy)
Because of CORI reform, felonies that used to take 15 years to seal
now take 10 years and misdemeanors that used to take 10 years to seal
now take 5 years.
Co-sponsored by*: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) Healing Justice Program, Boston Public Health Commission, Boston Workers Alliance (BWA), Coalition for Effective Public Safety (CEPS), Criminal Justice Policy Coalition, Ex-Prisoners and Prisoners Organizing for Community Development (EPOCA), Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS), Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR), National Association of Social Workers, MA Chapter, The Real Cost of Prisons Project, Rosie’s Place, SPAN, Inc. *partial list