Manhattan DA's Office Clean Slate

he Manhattan DA’s Office is excited to announce the second CLEAN SLATE on April 30th from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. at Grand Street Settlement located on 80 Pitt Street.  

 

An event schedule in partnership with the Office of Court Administration, NYPD, Grand Street Settlement, and the Legal Aid Society, this event will give any people, regardless of their immigration status, an opportunity to resolve outstanding summons warrants in New York City.

 

Without fear of arrest, people will be able to consult with defense attorneys from the Legal Aid Society onsite, prior to participating. We are going to have

 

The types of summons warrants qualified for this program include:

  • Disorderly conduct
  • Consumption of alcohol in public
  • Urinating in public
  • Unlawful possession of marijuana
  • Various subway offenses
  • Littering
  • and much more            

 

Summons warrants do not apply to felonies and penal law misdemeanors.

 

At the event, we will also be hosting a resource fair with local organizations offering participants workforce development, job placement services, and other needed assistance.

 If you have any questions about this event, please call the Clean Slate Hotline at 212-335-3310 or visit this webpage

WHEN
April 30, 2016 at 9am - 3pm
WHERE
Grand Street Settlements
80 Pitt St
New York, NY 10002
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Manhattan District Attorney's Office · 212.335.3310

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