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University of Arkansas at Little Rock law students Destiny Logan-McHughes, left, and Patrick Ruettiger reference arrest and court records for an individual seeking free advice during a legal aid seminar held Wednesday at the Forrest City Civic Center. Attorneys and law students from across the state with the Center for Arkansas Legal Services and Legal Aid of Arkansas, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing legal assistance to low-income Arkansans, were on hand to help with a wide range of civil legal problems including guardianships, powers of attorney, wills, domestic abuse and divorces. Wednesday’s main topic was the sealing of criminal records. Photo by Fred Conley.

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