Obsolete marijuana crimes are coming off the books in Oregon. They shouldn't be on your record, either.


The 2015 Oregon Legislature made significant progress in bringing state law into sync with Oregonians' current views on marijuana and criminal justice. Because of changes in the law, many Oregonians with past marijuana offenses may qualify to have these convictions expunged from their records, expanding their educational and employment opportunities.

To help Oregonians clear their records, the Oregon Cannabis Association is sponsoring an Expungement Day in Portland on November 5 to offer free legal assistance to qualified individuals. This event is limited to people with certain marijuana convictions in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas Counties. Please send us an e-mail if you would like to learn about expungement services for convictions in other Oregon counties.



Registration is free, but space is limited and pre-qualified RSVPs are required for the November 5 event.

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