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On Saturday (October 9), the East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney's Office held a free vaccination event where area residents could get a free COVID vaccination and get assistance filling out the proper paperwork to have their criminal records expunged.
East Baton District Attorney Hillar Moore and members of his staff, the Public Defenders Office and the Clerk of Court all gave up a day off to assist.
Moore said that to be eligible, more than five years must have passed since sentence completion for misdemeanors. For felonies, 10 years since completion of one's sentence was required. In addition, cases that did not result in a conviction were expunged immediately.
Pre-event promotion said those taking part were also eligible to win "free food and a VISA gift card."
originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
They sure are pushing this thing....and I'm vaccinated.
I didn't get all the freebies and perks they're offering now, and I'm a little pissed I missed out.
No criminal record but the financial incentives would have been nice.