New Zealand Government won’t Expunge Past Convictions if Cannabis Legalised

New Zealand Government won’t Expunge Past Convictions if Cannabis Legalised

The government has no intentions to expunge past cannabis-related convictions if the public votes to legalise the drug later this year. Voters will choose between continued prohibition and legalisation at the polls this Saturday (17th October), alongside the general election and the End of Life Choice bill. According to New Zealand news publication, Stuff, the Minister of Justice, Andrew Little, revealed that those arrested for cannabis-related offenses “will serve out the remainder of their sentence”, should parliament support a positive result from the referendum later this week. Continue reading New Zealand Government won’t Expunge Past Convictions if Cannabis Legalised at Canex.

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