Hi, I'm Nia TalleyGill. I have a Master's Degree in Public Administration and I'm a law student at Pepperdine University. My colleagues and I have decided to start a program to provide free services to all who need assistance to expunge marijuana charges. This project will launch locations across the Country to assist anyone who requests our help.
Our program is designed to expunge marijuana/cannabis charges and reconnect citizens to the community, by providing free services to all who need it. We exist to remedy any marijuana/cannabis criminal charges throughout the Country regardless of color, race, gender, religion, orientation, or class.
Currently, there are over 8.2M people with marijuana/cannabis charges throughout the United States. We've got a lot of serious work to do. Make a donation to save people's lives. Help those who have been disparaged under marijuana prohibition. Your donation will bring people out of the shadows to clear their names through legal aid to expunge their marijuana charges and will provide support to gain meaningful employment, to help obtain education from GED's through college, ensure a comprehensive network to identify independent housing, food, and other necessities. Now more than ever, this is important to our humanity as a nation and the economic healing of our Country.
Show kindness toward people who need help to expunge their marijuana/cannabis record.