Linn County, IowaWORKS, Iowa Legal Aid, and Advocates for Social Justice held the county’s fourth Expungement Clinic and Resource Fair on Saturday, April 30. During the three-hour clinic, attorneys assisted 58 Linn County residents with advice on expunging criminal cases from their records and filing expungement motions with the court to remove the charges from public view. Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman PLC attorney Rebekah Jalilian-Nosrady volunteered her services in an effort to help residents have better opportunities to successfully secure employment and housing. 

Attorney Rebekah Jalilian-Nosraty is a transactional attorney working with matters relating to estate planning, tax, creditors' rights, small business organization and non-profit applications. She is actively involved in the Corridor, currently serving on the Cedar Rapids Estate Planning Council board and the Linn Law Club board. Rebekah is a member Corridor Women Connect and Daybreak Rotary of Cedar Rapids. 

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