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Richmond Writers Program- Thornton Cline
Richmond Writers Program- Thornton Cline

Acclaimed, bestselling author Thornton Cline debuts his new book "Not My Time to Go" which reveals his eleven close-call brushes with death. Join us @ Main on Friday, August 5 at 7:00 pm

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Family Children Teens Seniors
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

New!  Know Your Rights Community Law Series


Monday, October 21, 2013

4:30 – 6:30 PM

 Going back to school, getting a new job, or going off to college can be an exciting time for young adults!  It can also be a time of worry for parents.  Young adults will face pressures and decisions that could put them in contact with police and authority figures for the first time – perhaps without parental guidance.  As teens become adults they must know their basic rights and responsibilities.  Can I be searched on campus?  Can a security guard go through my belongings at work?  Can a boss fire me for what I say on Twitter?  What right to privacy do I have while driving my car?  Do I have to answer questions if stopped by the police?  Knowledge of the law is power.  Teens and Parents - Come learn what your rights and responsibilities are at the third installment of the Community Law Series, hosted by Richmond Public Law Library and the People’s Law of Richmond, PLLC, Monday, October 21st at 4:30 PM at Main Library, 101 East Franklin Street. Richmond Attorney Charles H. Schmidt, Jr. will be there to lead the discussion. Call 804-646-7223 to reserve a spot in the workshop.

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