Need Help Clearing Your Record of Marijuana Charges? There’s a Free Expungement Fair in LA on Saturday

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Need Help Clearing Your Record of Marijuana Charges? There’s a Free Expungement Fair in LA on Saturday | Drug Policy Alliance

LOS ANGELES, CA — On Saturday, December 2nd, there will be an expungement fair in Los Angeles, CA for people who are looking to get their felony records reduced, dismissed, or expunged of their criminal record. For anyone who has a criminal record of any kind, attorneys and paralegals from the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office will […]

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South Dakota: Jury Acquits Tribal Marijuana Consultant on All Charges

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South Dakota: Jury Acquits Tribal Marijuana Consultant on All Charges | TJ Baker

FLANDREAU, SD — A marijuana consultant from a Colorado-based firm has been found not guilty of drug-related charges related to his work with a South Dakota tribe’s failed attempt to open a marijuana cultivation facility and smoking lounge in 2015. Eric Hagen, president of the Colorado-based cannabis consulting firm Monarch America was charged with possession […]

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Jeff Sessions Escalates Drug War: Tells Prosecutors to Seek “Most Serious” Charges, More Severe Sentences for Drugs

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Jeff Sessions Escalates Drug War: Tells Prosecutors to Seek “Most Serious” Charges, More Severe Sentences for Drugs | Drug Policy Alliance

WASHINGTON, DC — Attorney General Jeff Sessions, pushing back on bi-partisan momentum to reduce the amount of people behind bars, issued a memo to prosecutors, calling on them to push for the “most serious” charges against people, hoping to trigger mandatory minimum drug sentences. The memo is a direct reversal of the policy of his […]

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