Now is the time to speed up the process and get evidence of pardons for low-level federal cannabis convictions that no longer stand today but still haunt individuals, sometimes decades later. According to March 3 advertisementThe US Department of Justice is releasing an app to facilitate the process for people with low-level federal cannabis convictions.
For interested persons, you will need to collect personal details such as name, postal address, email address and citizenship status. You will also need to know the case file or case number and code section that was charged, and provide copies of documents, such as accusation documents (indictment, complaint, or criminal information) or conviction documents. It is also important to know the exact date on which the judgment was passed.