The Boulder District Attorney’s Office has previously announced a new initiative called “Moving On from Marijuana.” As part of the new initiative, the District Attorney’s Office will take proactive steps to help vacate marijuana convictions on behalf of qualifying defendants in order to relieve them of the collateral consequences, such as college admission or gainful employment, associated with prior convictions for conduct that would be legal today.
To kick off the “Moving On from Marijuana” initiative, we invite community members to join
us in the Training Room on the 2nd Floor of the Boulder Justice Center, located at 1777 6 th Street, Boulder, Colorado, on either January 10, 2019 from 9:00 a.m – 11:00 a.m or January 15, 2019 from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. to speak with us about prior convictions. If a case qualifies for relief, the DistrictAttorney’s Office will assist with the process.
After this initial kick off, the District Attorney’s Office will have an application form on the
District Attorney’s website that can be submitted electronically.
District Attorney Michael Dougherty is committed to pursuing justice in every case and assuring that now legal conduct does not continue to have an adverse impact on people’s lives. It is a matter of fundamental fairness.
Video: Longmont City Council Work Session at FRCC
Longmont City Council meeting at the Front Range Community Center.
Topics of discussion include information on the Advanced Manufacturing facility (and a tour) as well as how Front Range Community College is funded and what its future might look like.
Things to do In Longmont This Weekend
A list of events happening Jan. 4-6 in Longmont.
Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse – Movie Review!
Matt Steininger reviews the new movie Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse. He rates it an A-. Click here to find out why.
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