Restoration and Justice Clinic Files Unopposed Vacatur Petition for Human Trafficking Client
Pepperdine Caruso Law Restoration and Justice Clinic third-year students and court-court certified law clerks Mags Campbell and Eleezay Bokhari filed a Vacatur Petition for a human trafficking client at the Clara Foltz Criminal Courthouse. Their client was trafficked for over a decade, accumulating arrests and convictions as a direct result of this victimization.
Campbell and Bokhari successfully met with the Los Angeles City Deputy Attorney to negotiate their client’s vacatur petition, and were able to move forward with the case with no opposition. They drafted and filed over 100 pages of pleadings, including a stipulated petition, a motion to seal, and proposed orders for relief.