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Delaware Governor Signs Marijuana Expungement Bill Into Law
Delaware Governor John Carney has signed into law legislation that provides mandatory expungement eligibility to those convicted of a marijuana offense that is now decriminalized.
Senate Bill 197 passed the House of Representatives in July by a unanimous 40 to 0 vote, just a few weeks after passing the Senate, also unanimously 20 to 0. Now, Governor Carney has signed the measure into law; it takes effect immediately.
According to the official synopsis of Senate Bill 197, This Act provides mandatory expungement eligibility to individuals who were convicted of the possession, use or consumption of marijuana prior to Delawares decriminalization of these offenses. To be eligible for the mandatory expungement, the marijuana conviction must be the applica....
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