Today is the official launch date for the new Clinton County Legal Self-Help Center.
The Clinton County Legal Self-Help Center will be a part of the Mid-Michigan Legal Self-Help Center Network with the Ingham County Legal Self-Help Center, located in the State of Michigan Law Library, and the Eaton County Legal Self-Help Center.
The center is based in the Briggs District Library in St. Johns.Lee más
In 2020, Michigan lawmakers passed the Clean Slate laws. These laws made it easier for some people to clear criminal convictions from their records.
One new part of the Clean Slate laws is automatic expungement (“set aside”) of some convictions. Automatic expungement of adult convictions officially started on April 11, 2023.
The Michigan State Police estimated 1 million people had some convictions automatically expunged on April 11. More convictions will be expunged when they become eligible.Lee más
Michigan Legal Help is excited to announce the launch of its redesigned legal self-help website! It may look different, but it still has all of the same reliable information and tools we’ve been building since we first launched in 2012.
“We are excited to launch the redesigned website,” said Angela Tripp, Director of Michigan Legal Help. “The updates make it easier for people to find the information they need to resolve their legal issues. We hope this will help more people access the legal help they need.”Lee más
¡Ayuda Legal de Michigan se complace en anunciar el lanzamiento de su sitio web de autoayuda legal rediseñado! Puede parecer diferente, pero aún tiene la misma información y herramientas confiables que hemos estado construyendo desde que lanzamos por primera vez en 2012.Lee más