Springfield MO Considers Marijuana Ordinance

MISSOURI: Residents of any age might be allowed to erase a youthful indiscretion involving marijuana under an expungement bill debated Monday by Springfield City Council.

The ordinance, sponsored by Councilman Craig Hosmer, would allow someone convicted of a municipal marijuana possession or paraphernalia offense to have the charge removed from his or her criminal record.

To qualify, the applicant would have to complete any community service or probation and go two years without any felony convictions or other pending charges. [Read more…]

Springfield MO Considers Marijuana Ordinance

MISSOURI: Residents of any age might be allowed to erase a youthful indiscretion involving marijuana under an expungement bill debated Monday by Springfield City Council.

The ordinance, sponsored by Councilman Craig Hosmer, would allow someone convicted of a municipal marijuana possession or paraphernalia offense to have the charge removed from his or her criminal record.

To qualify, the applicant would have to complete any community service or probation and go two years without any felony convictions or other pending charges. [Read more…]