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  • Post Time Posted September 07, 2018
Last Week Delaware Governor John Carney signed into law legislation that provides mandatory expungement eligibility to those convicted for cannabis possession prior to the state decriminalizing it. 

Delaware decriminalized cannabis possession of up to one ounce in 2015 and made it a civil violation punishable with a $100 fine. 

Those eligible for expungement must make an affirmative request and will then receive their certified record from the State Bureau of Identification and a form to apply. A fee will be required but it has not yet been announced. 

Those eligible must not have any other conviction than the marijuana conviction.

Source: https://news.medicalmarijuanainc.com/delaware-marijuana-possession/


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