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  • Drug Crimes
  • 3/07/2023

The United States Department of Justice Now Accepting Marijuana Amnesty Applications

The U.S. Justice Department started taking applications for amnesty for marijuana convictions in March 2023. The program offers those convicted of certain federal marijuana offenses a “full, unconditional and categorical pardon.” Those seeking a pardon must apply to the Office of the Pardon Attorney. To be eligible, applicants must have been convicted of simple possession in federal court or D.C. Superior Court. There are limits to eligibility. Immigrants without documentation and anyone convicted of a state marijuana offense will not qualify.

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