Baltimore State’s Attorney Files Rare Petition to Vacate Marijuana Convictions

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(From The Hill)

Baltimore’s top prosecutor filed a petition Thursday to vacate nearly 4,000 convictions for marijuana possession, saying the rare move is necessary to “right an extraordinary wrong.” . . .

The petition comes two days after Mosby announced it will no longer prosecute any cases related to marijuana possession, regardless of quantity or a person’s criminal record.

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