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License Suspension Information and Advice Clinic

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January 12, 2013

Start:
January 12, 2013 10:00 am
End:
January 12, 2013 12:00 pm
Location:
Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center
Phone:
216-651-8236
Address:
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2226 West 89th Street, Cleveland, OH 44102 United States

A first come, first served free advice clinic for low-income individuals with  license suspension  issues.   Please bring all relevant paperwork with you.

Attorney volunteers and students from  Cleveland-Marshall College of Law  will be staffing this clinic.

Sponsored by Judge Deborah Nicastro and Legal Aid.

Click here for a printable flyer for this event!

Brief Advice and Referral Clinic volunteer attorneys are available for brief advice and referral only. Clinic attorneys do NOT represent you. If you need legal representation you may be referred to The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland or another service provider.

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