Chicago prosecutors expunge 15,000 cannabis convictions

April 20, 2022, 8:11 PM – 3 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleChicagos leading prosecutor announced Wednesday that her office finished its Cannabis Expungement Project with over 15,000 cannabis convictions removed from the record.Cook County States Attorney Kim Foxx said that her office has actually complied with Illinois new marijuana guidelines that took effect 2 years earlier after the substance was legalized.A Sheriff walks towards detainee cells at Cook County prison in Chicago, May 20, 2020. On Friday, she will provide 214 additional cannabis expungement demands, bringing the total to 15,191, according to her office.There are 588 staying cannabis cases in the system that date back as far as 1965, nevertheless, the state lawyers workplace stated it will need additional time for research and data to expunge those records.

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