A fancy word for erasing all records of your low-level marijuana arrest and/or conviction. When you “expunge” your records, they get sealed, and no prying eyes will be able to find out about your past (and entirely unjust) conviction or arrest. Want opportunities you were wrongly denied? On July 12, 2021, you get a clean slate.
Have you been arrested in Arizona for a low-level marijuana offense? You are in luck! Prop. 207 lets people expunge all traces of the following offenses from their records:
- Possessing, consuming, or transporting 2.5 ounces or less of marijuana;
- Possessing, consuming, or transporting 12.5 grams or less of concentrates;
- Possessing, transporting, cultivating, or processing 6 or fewer marijuana plants;
- Possessing, using, or transporting marijuana paraphernalia.
Not sure? It’s the government’s job to prove you got busted with more.