EPIC Marijuana Milestone: Show-Me Weed Cass County Weed Forgiveness

Voters demanded it and now it's law . . . Here's the aftermath and a rural Missouri dude with a history of harsh times earning his freedom thanks to new law . . .

"In prison for the last 14 years on two different offenses. The first 11 were for a deadly DUI that Mace was responsible for, but the last three have been only for a marijuana possession charge he got the day before that DUI.

"That makes him eligible for release now that the Missouri amendment legalizing recreational marijuana allows people locked up for possession charges to petition for their release, which is exactly what a Cass County judge did Thursday."

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Cass County judge expunges man's marijuana conviction, a first in Missouri

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. - History was made in Cass County Thursday morning when a judge started the process to release a Missouri prisoner because of the state's new recreational marijuana amendment, which includes expungement for marijuana possession offenses. Adam Mace has been in prison for the last 14 years on two different offenses.

Cass County man becomes 1st person jailed in Missouri to have marijuana-related conviction expunged

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Adam Mace became the first person imprisoned in Missouri to have a marijuana-related conviction expunged under Amendment 3, a constitutional amendment voters passed in November. A Cass County judge ruled in Mace's favor Thursday, which means he will be a free man in a matter of days.