The Expungement Clinics at 420 Expo will be conducted by legal experts such as Andrew Cooper, chair, Cannabis & Psychedelics Practice Group at Falcon Rappaport & Berkman LLP.
Ayr Wellness and Blaze Responsibly have partnered with the Ironbound Community Corporation to host a free community expungement clinic this Saturday, April 29 at 317 Elm St Newark, NJ 07105 from 11 am-2 pm to expunge the records of individuals with past cannabis convictions.
Participants will be able to meet with volunteer attorneys to obtain a free expungement, learn about pending fines or open warrants, and more for a chance at a clean slate.
Ayr Wellness Inc., a Miami-based multistate cannabis business operator, is hosting several expungement clinics across the country Feb. 25, including one in New Jersey.
As part of the company’s commitment to restorative justice and combatting the effects of the war on drugs, it is teaming with community groups and nonprofits for a second year in a row to help individuals seeking to expunge cannabis-related convictions and other non-violent crimes from their records.
John Turner, owner of Bomaye, a Philadelphia-based company that helps people obtain medical marijuana cards, says his parents inspired him to pursue a career in cannabis.
Ascend Wellness Holdings Inc., which recently opened recreational sales to the public at its cannabis dispensary in Montclair, will be holding an expungement clinic in the township on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Ascend Wellness is planning to host a week of events across the U.S. that offer expungement and other legal services to formerly incarcerated people, helping them to clear their records of marijuana-related offenses. The clinics will assist people with the expungement process and record sealing, and offer information about other resources such as housing and mental health support.