HARRISBURG – Senator Rich Alloway II (R-33) will partner with Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack to host a free public event in Chambersburg on April 11 to help community residents learn more about the process of removing an infraction from an individual’s criminal record.
The “Pathway to Pardons” event is designed to help local residents better understand the application process and meet the requirements necessary for an application to be considered. Applying for a pardon is the first step toward getting an individual’s criminal record expunged.
“Individuals who made mistakes early in life are often haunted by those errors in judgement for years, or even decades, even when those bad choices no longer reflect who they are or the decisions they will make in the future,” Alloway said. “This event will help give individuals the tools they need to wipe the slate clean and begin the process of rebuilding their life and livelihood.”
The event will be held from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Franklin Fire Company Social Hall, located at 158 West King Street. Individuals who are interested in participating can RSVP online at www.senatoralloway.com/pathways-to-pardons-rsvp/.
CONTACT: Melissa Knepper (717) 787-4651