WFJ FREE SEMINAR – Wesley Chapel – William C. Brown Library – April 9, 2016

KEEPING KIDS OUT OF PRISON – WHEN TO KEEP SILENT               Wesley Chapel Library Capture
Watchdogs for Justice (WFJ), a nonprofit organization established by a group of criminal defense attorneys to help keep kids out of prison, will conduct a free seminar:When:          April 9, 2016 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Where:      Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library

                    2861 Wesley Chapel Road, Decatur, GA 30034

Who:         Teens & Tweens – And all concerned citizens


  • What your constitutional rights are and how to exercise them
  • Tips on how to avoid getting caught up in the criminal justice system
  • What to do if stopped by the police
  • When to talk and when to keep silent
  • What “3 strikes and you are out” means
  • Additional topics include:

Armed robbery – Automobile theft- Possession of marijuana Underage drinking –  Theft by receiving –  the “Hook up” and the prison sentences associated with such crimes.


The workshop will consist of interactive skits based on real life cases



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