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Expungement of marijuana convictions slowed by bottlenecks

Clip: 10/10/2022 | 4m 15s

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When Gov. Phil Murphy signed the law empowering New Jersey courts to automatically expunge more than 360,000 criminal convictions involving small amounts of marijuana, social justice advocates considered it a good beginning. But they’re concerned that expungement is not happening as quickly as they had envisioned because of logistical bottlenecks.

Aired: 10/10/22 | Rating: NR

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