The Colorado Court of Appeals has decided that because of Amendment 64, the legislation law that legalized recreational marijuana in the Rocky Mountain state, some past marijuana convictions may qualify for reversal.

The decision does not apply to expungement of decades-old convictions; the courts will only consider overturning minor possession charges that are no longer considered illegal in the state.

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