DECEMBER 6, 2018 – A Date Which Will Change The Past

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Prosecutors are beginning to drop marijuana cases since the legalization of adult use marijuana and many around the state are starting to follow.

The Governor’s office is starting to review the expungement process for those with past convictions.

“Now is the time to talk to an attorney and prepare the process by taking a look at your options for expungement” said Michael Komorn who has been an advocate and community leader for medical marihuana and legalization for many years. Michael can be reached at 800-656-3557

A prosecutor’s office in west Michigan is dropping some pending marijuana cases after voters in the state approved recreational use of the drug for people 21 and older.

Federal prosecutors have said no one should expect immunity under federal law simply because Michigan voters approved the legal use of marijuana.

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Prosecutor to drop pending marijuana related cases | WEYI
Nov 9, 2018 – FLINT, Mich. — Tuesday’s vote on Proposition 1 did not come as a surprise to Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. “It passed …

Prosecutor Dropping Some Marijuana Cases After Michigan Vote ……/prosecutor-dropping-some-marijuana-cases-after-michiga…
Nov 15, 2018 – MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — A prosecutor’s office in western Michigan is dropping some pending marijuana cases after voters in the state …

Prosecutors might drop some marijuana possession cases…/prosecutors…drop…marijuana…cases/1933084002/
Nov 8, 2018 – St. Clair County law enforcement officials will be reviewing current marijuana possessioncases to determine how they want to proceed with …

Marijuana cases being dismissed by Muskegon County prosecutor ……/marijuana_cases_being_dismisse.htm
Nov 15, 2018 – MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – The Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office is dropping some pending marijuana cases following the vote to legalize …

Muskegon Co. prosecutor dropping pot cases –…prosecutor-dropping…cases/1597286434
Nov 14, 2018 – The Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office says it’s going to drop pending marijuana cases after Michigan voted to legalize recreational use.