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  • Bethan Eynon, director of the Clean Slate Project, an initiative started by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, explains the consequences of having a criminal record

    Persons having a criminal record can be saddled with a lifetime stigma which can include barriers to employment, housing, occupational licenses, welfare benefits and student loans for college.

Persons having a criminal record can be saddled with a lifetime stigma which can include barriers to employment, housing, occupational licenses, welfare benefits and student loans for college. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Persons having a criminal record can be saddled with a lifetime stigma which can include barriers to employment, housing, occupational licenses, welfare benefits and student loans for college. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Hundreds of Wake County residents to have their criminal records erased

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