Get Expert Legal Advice at Rockdale County’s Ask ALawyer Q&A Panel

CONYERS, Ga. — The Rockdale County Clerk of Courts, Janice Morris, will be hosting an informative legal event called the “Ask ALawyer Q&A Panel” on Saturday, April 6. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to noon at the Rockdale County Auditorium on 903 Main St. N.W.

The panel will feature a group of experienced attorneys who will provide valuable legal information to the community. Topics to be covered include Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury, and Wills and Estates. The attorneys who will be speaking at the event are Caycie Dix-Miller (Family Law), Reginald L. Winfrey (Criminal Law), Ronel Salters (Personal Injury), and Saraj Siedentopf (Wills and Estates).

This Q&A session is open to the public, and there is no admission fee. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask their own legal questions and gain insights from the panel of attorneys.

For more information about the event, individuals can contact the Clerk of Courts Office at 770-278-7900.

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The “Ask ALawyer Q&A Panel” is an excellent opportunity for the Rockdale County community to gain valuable legal information and insights from experienced attorneys. With topics ranging from Family Law to Criminal Law, attendees will have the chance to expand their understanding of various legal matters.

By assembling a knowledgeable team of attorneys, Janice Morris, the Rockdale County Clerk of Courts, aims to provide a platform for individuals to have their legal questions answered. Whether it’s concerns about family-related issues, criminal charges, personal injuries, or estate planning, the panel offers expertise in a wide range of legal areas.

Public access to this event ensures that anyone in the community can attend and benefit from the panelists’ knowledge. It is a great opportunity for individuals to gain clarity on legal matters or seek guidance on potential legal actions.

Since the event is free of charge, individuals from Rockdale County and neighboring areas can take advantage of this valuable resource without any financial burden.

To ensure a smooth flow of information, attendees are encouraged to come prepared with their questions. This will allow the panelists to address specific concerns and provide tailored advice.

Overall, this Q&A session promises to be an insightful event for those seeking legal guidance or simply looking to expand their knowledge of the law. Rockdale County residents and beyond are encouraged to attend and make the most of this opportunity to engage with experienced attorneys in an open forum.

For further details and to RSVP, interested individuals can contact the Clerk of Courts Office directly at 770-278-7900.