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August 12 @ 4:18 am

Public Counsel’s TAY Team Presents: TAY Tickets AdvocacyIn this training, we provide an overview of the hearing process for traffic tickets and tows.  We will go over the best evidence to appeal traffic tickets and tows, as well as provide a strategy for hearing advocacy to help transition-age youth find any traffic tickets/tows on their records, appeal any traffic tickets/tows, and lift suspensions of drivers licenses.  The training ends with an explanation of the population that Public Counsel’s TAY team serves and the assistance we provide, as well as referrals to other local agencies who may be able to help.

Presented by:

Juan Navarcia (he/him/his) – Juan received his B.A. in Political Science with a Concentration on Race, Ethnicity and Politics from UCLA and his J.D. from UC Irvine School of Law.  He has extensive child welfare experience, including working for the LA Courthouse’s Self-Help Centers, the Alliance for Children’s Rights, and Children’s Law Center.  He is currently a Staff Attorney with the Transition-Age Youth (TAY) team at Public Counsel’s Children’s Rights Project.

Natalie Garnica (she/her/hers) – Natalie received her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and her J.D. from Loyola Law School with a Concentration in Public Interest Law.  While in law school, Natalie clerked for Public Counsel’s Opportunity Under Law Project and for the Civil Rights Enforcement Section of the Office of the California Attorney General.  Natalie practiced education law at Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost, LLP before joining Public Counsel as a Staff Attorney for the Transition-Age Youth (TAY) team within the Children’s Rights Project.

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