Law Day -- May 1,2019: Free walk-in legal clinics at the Scott County Government Center
Warrant Resolution Clinic, 10 AM - 12 noon: Law Library
Is an active warrant keeping you from getting a job or place to live? Come see District Court Judge Christian S. Wilton and see if your warrant can be quashed and you can be given another court date.
Family Law Questions? 10 AM - 12 noon: Room 102
Have a brief consultation with SMRLS Attorney Amy Edwell about divorce, custody, child support or any family law issue,
Employment Benefits/Medical/Social Security/Food Stamps/Housing Questions? 12 noon - 2 PM: Law Library
A brief consultation will be available with Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) Staff Attorney Paul Onkka.
Criminal Expungement Clinic, 12 noon – 2 PM: Room 102
Volunteer Lawyers Network (VLN) Staff Attorney will look at your criminal record and see if expungement will work for you. Please bring a copy of your criminal history.
Housing and Conciliation Court Clinic, 2 – 4 PM: Law Library
Speak to SMRLS Attorney Sheena Thompson about tenant questions.
Family/Housing Law Questions? 2 – 4 PM: Room 102
Have a brief consultation with Attorney Nancy Krieg from Crossroads Legal Services LLC about divorce, custody, child support, any family or housing law issue.
These free clinics are brought to you by the Volunteer Lawyers Network, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, Crossroads Legal Services LLC, Scott County Law Library, and Scott County Courts.