We need volunteer attorneys to help us help Kansans

Kansas Legal Services and the Wichita Bar Association are co-sponsoring a project to help ex-offenders clear their records by getting their names off the Kansas Drug Registry.

Under Kansas law, those with a drug conviction are required to register on the same public list as more than 10,000 convicted sex offenders.

 As of March 1, 2021, the Kansas Public Offender Registry contained the names and addresses of 5,777 drug offenders.

The Kansas law on drug offender registration has changed. Drug offenders no longer have to wait 15 years to be removed from the registry.

The bill is designed to cut the time to get back in front of a judge for the ex-offender to prove that they have turned their life around, so they're not branded a criminal forever.


We need attorney volunteers to help us help ex-offenders in the process of getting off the registry. Please sign up today!


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