Missouri circuit courts have cleared more than 100,000 cannabis charges from people’s criminal records so far — a mandate that was a big selling point for those who voted to pass the constitutional amendment that legalized recreational cannabis in 2022.
However, court officials said it’s hard to determine how many more charges are left because many court records are not digitized.
The state initially identified digital cases that could potentially be eligible for expungement and gave that information to the circuit courts.
“We’ve had about 100,000 cases expunged,” said Betsy AuBuchon, clerk of the Missouri Supreme Court, during a House appropriations committee meeting Wednesday, “but I can’t tell you of that how many more there are to go.”
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