Los Angeles County to dismiss nearly 66,000 marijuana convictions

Los Angeles County to dismiss nearly 66,000 marijuana convictions

LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey has dismissed nearly 66,000 marijuana convictions citing the need to bring relief to those disproportionately impacted by drug laws. Of the total, about 62,000 were felony cannabis convictions and 3,700 were misdemeanor possession convictions, some cases dating back to 1961. This comes ahead of a heated fight Lacey has in the March 3 primary election.

Matt H.
Matt H. 4 months

Execclent, decriminalize and tax!

..... 4 months

As long as it's personal use I agree.

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 4 months

Retards in thread buying the meme that marijuana is harmless. Gee what combines the effect of alcohol on your ability to function with the effect of second hand smoke? This sounds like a brilliant idea.

Rocky 4 months

Correct move. There should be no crime on the books that doesn't have a victim attached.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 4 months

Your city is pretty much F**ked anyway. Because your Incompetent.

Craig 4 months

finally Nixon's racism and anti intellectualism can be paid to reast.

Shalyn 4 months

It’s about time

tim 4 months

Go ahead and forgive there student loan as well. I agree they shouldn’t of been charged for personal use

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