San Francisco's District Attorney on Wednesday said he will throw out thousands of marijuana cases, retroactively, now that recreational cannabis is legal in the state of California.
At a news conference, George Gascón said he would expunge or reduce more than 3,000 misdemeanor and felony convictions dating back to 1975. He said he will also review and re-sentence thousands of felony marijuana cases.
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