The Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday announced that it has launched a website to help people expunge their past marijuana conviction records, pursuant to the legalization initiative that voters approved last year.
“Provisions for expunging records that show the arrest, charge, adjudication, conviction, or sentence of certain marijuana-related offenses take effect July 12, 2021,” the court said. “The website will help individuals determine if they qualify for expungement and will provide forms and instructions for filing.”
A website is now available with information on the marijuana conviction-related expungement process under Arizona’s Proposition 207, the Smart and Safe Arizona Act. See the news release at https://t.co/bzPK384rpA pic.twitter.com/6XAeT3AFvJ
— Az Supreme Court ⚖️ (@AZCourts) June 2, 2021
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