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Californians In L.A. Won't Be Getting Lacey's Help With Past Pot Cases

The first week of Feb. 2018 marked a new development for marijuana users in California. The District Attorneys of San Francisco and San Diego announced that they will start the process of expunging or reducing cannabis-related conviction records with regards to the full legalization of the drug in California. Online marijuana can now be ordered without fear of being arrested. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, however, takes a different approach to the situation. Lacey announced that she will not be actively involved in petitioning the courts. She advises petitioners not to “wait for her office to go through tens of thousands of case files.” San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos like Lacey also told the media that he will not be taking action concerning the development. The decision made by Lacey doesn’t however mean that marijuana cases in her county will not be reviewed. The statement only …

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