Amendment 4

Voting Rights | Drivers License Reinstatement | Sealing and Expungement 

Community Law Program in coordination with Stetson College of Law  developed the Amendment 4 program in response to recent legislation that impacted the right to vote after nearly two-thirds of Floridians voted to restore voting rights of former felons in 2018 by the passage of an amendment to Florida’s Constitution.  Through our work, in collaboration with Florida Rights Restoration, we helped over 500 returning citizens in Pinellas County.

Today, this program’s services are limited to helping Pinellas County residents who are having  problems finding employment, housing, or other barriers due to criminal histories.

Sealing and/or Expunging

In limited circumstances in Florida, criminal records may be sealed or expunged from public view.  To learn if you may qualify for this, please call us at (727) 582-7480.

     Guide to Sealing or Expunging a Criminal Record & Restoration of Civil Rights

Amendment 4 Informational Videos Connect with us on YouTube 

Fellow Talk Fridays Jasmine Mattear on Amendment 4

Fellow Talk Fridays Alessandra M. Jensen on Community Law Program Amendment 4 Clinic

Fellow Talk Fridays Gabi D’Esposito on SB 7066

Fellow Talk Fridays Jasmine Mattear on the History of Felon Disenfranchisement in Florida 1

Fellow Talk Friday Steven Nicholas on the Road to a Constitutional Amendment

Fellow Talk Fridays Jasmine Mattear on Driver License Reinstatement

 

 

We are back in the office, but in our efforts to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, we are continuing to schedule client meetings with attorneys remotely in most cases. Please call for financial screening at (727) 582-7480.