Sunday Goods, an Arizona-based cultivator and retailer, is partnering with NORML’s Arizona chapter on two expungement clinics in November.
The free clinics will be hosted at Sunday Goods’ Tempe location on Nov. 12 and Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m..
In order to qualify for expungement under Proposition 207, low-level cannabis offenses can be cleared if they meet the following criteria: possessing, consuming, or transporting 2.5 ounces or less of cannabis; possessing, consuming, or transporting 12.5 grams or less of concentrates; possessing, transporting, cultivating, or processing six or fewer cannabis plants; and/or possessing, using, or transporting cannabis paraphernalia.
“At Arizona NORML, our goal is simple: to reform marijuana laws by any legitimate means,” said Jon Udell, acting co-director for Arizona NORML. “We also strive to educate the public and mitigate the collateral consequences of our government’s long-running war on cannabis consumers. Expungement clinics like these are an essential means to ensure that all Arizonans can move on from the unjust consequences of past charges, even if they cannot afford to hire a lawyer. And we simply can’t host these important clinics without valuable partners such as Sunday Goods.”
Food trucks will also be available on site at the expungement clinics.
“We could not be prouder to partner with Arizona NORML in hosting these crucial clinics for all Arizonans who were unjustly arrested or convicted on low-level marijuana offenses,” said Matt Daley, vice president of marketing for Sunday Goods. “We welcome to everyone to visit our Tempe location and work with the staff of NORML to clear their records.”
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