Wisconsin Justice Initiative
Press Release

WJI supports expunction reform initiative

"It is much-needed and positive legislation."

By - Jan 30th, 2019 09:27 am

Jan. 30, 2018Wisconsin Justice Initiative Executive Director Gretchen Schuldt made the following statement in support of a bipartisan bill that would reform Wisconsin’s criminal record expunction process.

“This is a good first step in criminal justice reform in Wisconsin. It is much-needed and positive legislation. We hope that bipartisan cooperation continues when it comes to other measures that will reduce mass incarceration and the burdensome collateral consequences of criminal convictions.”

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