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Expungement of Marijuana Convictions

Proposition 207, also known as the Smart and Safe Arizona Act, was a ballot measure that was approved by Arizona voters in the November 2020 election. This proposition legalized the recreational use of marijuana for adults aged 21 and older in the state of Arizona.

Key points of Proposition 207 include:

  1. Legalization of Possession: Adults aged 21 and older are allowed to possess up to one ounce (28.35 grams) of marijuana or up to five grams of marijuana concentrate.
  2. Cultivation: Individuals are permitted to grow up to six marijuana plants for personal use in their primary residence, as long as the plants are kept in a locked area that is not visible from public view.
  3. Retail Sales: Licensed retail dispensaries are authorized to sell marijuana products to adults aged 21 and older.
  4. Regulation and Taxation: The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is responsible for regulating the marijuana industry, including licensing dispensaries and implementing rules for cultivation, testing, and sales.
  5. Expungement: Proposition 207 provided a provision for the expungement of certain marijuana-related offenses, allowing individuals with prior convictions for possession, consumption, or cultivation of marijuana under the newly legalized limits to petition the court to have their records expunged.

Restore My Civil Rights has assisted hundreds of individuals convicted of marijuana charges with Expunging or deleting all criminal records related to such offenses.  If you are interested in having us do the same for you, simply request a free phone consultation below.

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