Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles
Currently working as a practicing attorney for Michael Kennedy McIntyre & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia, Michael Kennedy McIntyre practices law specifically in the area of post-conviction representation. Michael Kennedy McIntyre started his own practice over 20 years ago and works closely with the Georgia Parole Board, assisting clients with parole issues such as receiving pardons and restoration of rights.
The Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles includes several programs that can help parolees after their release, including programs that help with restoration of rights and receiving pardons. Parolees can seek the restoration of rights, such as the right to serve on a jury or to run for public office.
Parolees also have the right to petition to receive a pardon which states that the crime has been pardoned by the State of Georgia. Having the assistance of an attorney in pursuing pardons and restorations of rights can help make the process easier.
University of North Carolina School of Law
Before becoming a practicing attorney for Michael Kennedy McIntyre & Associates, Michael Kennedy McIntyre attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in history. Michael Kennedy McIntyre also earned his law degree at the University of North Carolina (UNC) in 1979.
Founded in 1845, the UNC School of Law received approval from the American Bar Association as an institution for legal education in 1928. The school is known for its excellent training in areas such as securities and entrepreneurial law, intellectual property, and civil rights law along with several other legal areas.
The UNC School of Law includes a career development office that helps students to create a job search strategy and learn how to prioritize career goals. The development office is designed to help provide opportunities and job prospects for students and graduates.