Published September 21st, 2022 at 5:27 pm
The legalization of cannabis in New Mexico caused a number of criminal records to be automatically expunged. But some eligible records are still on file and local dispensary Green Goods is helping people make sure their records have been cleared.
According to KOB TV, Green Goods held its first cannabis expungement session earlier this month. The cannabis retailer has teamed up with the Department of Public Safety to help make sure that all eligible records are wiped.
Albuquerque residents who were charged with a cannabis offense after 2000 will be able to check and make certain that the charge was expunged.
The group says they are looking for people with cannabis or paraphernalia charges. Those whose cannabis records include other drug charges or violent crimes are not eligible for help at the sessions at this time.
Green Goods’ next expungement session will be held on Oct. 1. For more information, go to visitgreengoods.com.
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