At the beginning of 2019, history was made when the San Francisco District Attorney’s office expunged cannabis convictions dating to 1975 with the help of an innovative computer algorithm that scanned court records for eligible cases. The new technology and progressive stance on past marijuana convictions in San Francisco and the Bay Area have set the standard for expungement programs across the country. SF’s District Attorney Dismisses Marijuana Convictions San Francisco’s previous District Attorney (DA) George Gascon announced after the passage of Proposition 64 that the city would immediately remove all marijuana misdemeanor convictions dating to 1975. Essentially, anyone who […]
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