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  • Beginning August 25, 2013
    Beginning August 25. Attorney L. Wynona will be teaching a ACT class for students in Tuscaloosa, AL. Contact Janice Filer, 205.292.4280.

  • Saturday August 24, 2013 6:00 p.m.
    VSA- Arts and Disabilities Therapeutic Power of Arts
                 Benefit for VSA.
    VAS is an organization that helps to provide persons with disabilities opportunities to express themselve creatively through the arts.

  • Sunday August 18, 2013 1-6 p.m.
    L.W.R. Gives Away School Supplies
                 Back to School Event
    The Look Good, Feel Good Event.
    L.W.R. Legal will be giving away sixty bags full of school supplies. Parents will be able to get their child a back to school hair cut for $8.00. The event will take place at Oak City Barber Shop in Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • Saturday August 10, 2013 9:30 a.m.
    Tuscaloosa City PTA MEETING
    Attorney Raby spoke to parents and educators of the Tuscaloosa City (PTA) School System on the topic of being an effective advocate.
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Attorney L. Wynona Raby Recognized for Community Service 2013


In recognition of her efforts to give back to the community, Attorney L. Wynona Raby was recognized with a Proclamation recognizing her committment to the betterment of Alabama's communities.



Attorney L. Wynona  Raby Spoke to the Bessemer City Police Department Young Cadets program.

July 2013


It was with pleasure that I was able to speak to the young men of the Bessemer City Police Deparment Young Cadet's program. Laughter and questions about serious issues filled the room.

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Community Push to Register Felons Before Voter Deadline

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Using her own money, law student Leslie Raby organized a voter registration drive on Saturday -- offering free hot dogs and signing people up to vote.

She held the event in the parking lot of In Da Cut Barber Shop on the Northside.

Many of the people Raby reached out to were felons.

She wanted to remind them that they may have had their civil rights restored, meaning they can vote in the upcoming election.

"It's their entitlement. Use something that you have -- that was given to you for free -- because you're entitled to it," Raby told First Coast News.

Last year, Governor Charlie Christ signed an executive order, restoring the civil rights of 600,000 felons who had served their time.

People who were convicted of murder or sex crimes have to go through a full investigation and hearing before their rights can be restored.

But for many, like Mortimer Day, they already earned back their right to vote.

Day, 32, served five years in prison for a felony.

He stopped by the voter registration drive to fill out paperwork so he can vote on November 4th.

"I made that one mistake and it cost me," says Day. "There's nothing like having the right to vote."

The last day to register to vote is Monday, October 6th