May 2 is Law Day
The following free walk-in legal clinics will be held on May 2 at at the Scott County Government Center:
Learn How to do a Search of the Court Database
1 - 3 PM
Court Administration staff will demonstrate the MNCIS (Statewide) program used to check court records including criminal, civil and outstanding judgments. Learn how to access court records and see the documents included in a court file.
Family Law and Criminal Law Questions?
10 AM - 12 noon, room 166
Brief consultations with volunteer attorney Matt Wasik from St. Croix Legal Services regarding your family or criminal law issues.
1 - 3 PM, room 102
Volunteer Lawyers Network (VLN) Staff Attorneys Chris Hanrahan and Yaima Couso will present an informational session on criminal expungement. Participants will have the opportunity to meet individually with an attorney regarding whether this is a realistic option for them. Participants will get information about how to get further help with expungement, which may include getting help filling out the court documents or court representation. Please bring a copy of your criminal history.
Child Support Clinic
9:30 - 11:30 AM and 12:30 - 2:30 PM, Law Library
Do you have questions about Child Support or need to update your case? Child Support Officers will be available at the Law Library to answer questions or explain the expedited child support process.
Employment Benefits/Medical/Social Security/Food Stamps/Housing
Questions about these Government Benefits?
2 - 4 PM, room 166
Brief consultations will be available with Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) Staff Attorney Paul Onkka.
Need more information? Please call/email the Scott County Law Library @ 952-496-8713 [email protected]
These free clinics are brought to you by The Scott County Court Administration Office, Volunteer Lawyers Network, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, St Croix Legal Services, The Scott County Child Support Office, and the Scott County Law Library