Learn About Your Issue
This category concerns issues an adult or juvenile may have with their criminal record, including access to it, confidentiality of it, expungement (or masking, or cleaning) it, or other concerns.
How Can I Get A Driver's License When I Get Home From Prison?
This resources outlines how you can get your driver's license reinstated after being released from prison.
Lousiana Expungement Eligibility
This app will help you determine whether or not you can get your criminal record expunged under Louisiana law. If you are likely eligible for an expungement, you will find resources for pro bono and private attorneys who can assist you.
Navigating Expungement In Louisiana
The following is a general overview to the expungement process.“Expungement” means an individual’s criminal record is sealed, but not destroyed.This guide provides basic information about how to seal (expunge) a record of arrest or conviction in Louisiana’s Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany, and Washington Parishes. In the limited circumstances where expungement is possible, the process is relatively simple and usually can be managed without the help of a lawyer. This guide is intended to provide support to people helping themselves.
Social Security Numbers (SSA) for Domestic Violence Victims
Here is information from the Social Security Administration about getting a new Social Security number for victims of domestic violence.
Understanding A Violent Felony Charge
This guide provides basic information to help you determine if your felony charge is a crime of violence, also called a violent felony.