Trine Fort Wayne event focuses on expungement law, Trine program
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Free program focuses on Indiana's
expungement law, Trine master's program
Local residents are invited to learn about Indiana’s expungement law and Trine University’s Master of Science in Criminal Justice program during a free lunch and learn event Nov. 7 at Trine University Fort Wayne.
Barbara Molargik-Fitch, J.D., director of Trine’s Master of Science with a major in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) program, will present information on “Indiana’s Expungement Law and How it Affects You.” The Indiana law, as revised in 2014, allows individuals to expunge certain offenses from their criminal records. The new law, also known as the “Second Chance Law,” is intended to give individuals a second chance.
The event will take place at the School of Professional Studies Fort Wayne Regional Education Center, 9910 Dupont Circle Drive East, Fort Wayne. It will begin with complimentary lunch and networking at 11:45 a.m. with the presentation at noon Friday, Nov. 7.
Everyone is welcome to attend. To reserve a space for lunch and the presentation, contact Carol Platt at 260.483.4949 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is sponsored by the Trine University School of Professional Studies Fort Wayne Regional Education Center.