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I was 22 years old when I was arrested and charged with Theft. Although, I did not know I was committing a crime at the time, but it was a crime, and I take full responsibility of my actions. I am now 31 years old and a single mother of two, and this baggage is still on my back. I wish I could go back in time and change what I did, but I cannot. So I am pleading for a second chance. I was recently let go at a job because of the felony conviction in my record. Regardless of how well I did my job they still let me go because, they wanted to cut back on cost. I was also offered a job recently but, it taken away because of the conviction on my record. I can’t volunteer at a hospital, or even at my children’s school due to the conviction on my record. I truly want to serve the community, but I can’t.

Please, Law Makers of Texas give us a second a chance, give me a second chance. I can work, my hands and legs are functioning well, I can provide for my children. I do not want to depend on the state to care for my children, I can do that on my own, if am only given a second chance to prove that. I made a mistake back in 2005, I can do better now. Please, give me a second chance. Thanks.
User story by Helen in Texas

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