Nearly 66,000 Marijuana Convictions In Los Angeles County Will Be Dismissed, District Attorney Says

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(CNN) — Nearly 66,000 marijuana convictions in Los Angeles County will be dismissed thanks in part to state laws that paved the way for the action, the county district attorney said Thursday. The cases include 62,000 felony convictions for cases — including those for marijuana sales and cultivation — dating back to 1961, and about 4,000 misdemeanor possession cases, District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s office said. “The dismissal of tens of thousands of old cannabis-related convictions in Los Angeles County will […]
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Nearly 66,000 Marijuana Convictions In Los Angeles County Will Be Dismissed, District Attorney Says

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