Brooklyn, New York District Attorney Kenneth Thompson announced in a memo released Tuesday that his office would no longer be prosecuting most low-level cannabis offenses, a policy change which is staunchly opposed by the New York Police Department. Under the new policy, which takes effect immediately. Thompson’s office will no longer prosecute cannabis possession charges when …
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