People caught with marijuana before Proposition 64 went into effect could have felony drug convictions that would follow them throughout life. These convictions could hinder them from receiving loans, become employed, benefiting from military services, housing and so much more.
Everybody has a past and sometimes we make mistakes. Just because some individuals may have made poor choices in the past, doesn't necessarily mean the rest of their lives need to be harder - especially if they have already paid their debt to society. Punam Grewal and Michelle Powers have helped many individuals clear their record from the haunting past of marijuana possession.
Have you ever been denied housing or refused employment because of a prior marijuana possession conviction? Do you know someone who has? If so, there is something that can be done. Please call Powers Grewal (909) 243-2239 and see what can be done to remove your drug felony conviction so you can start living your life truly free from your past.
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