Eric Shevin

Shevin Law Group

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Attorney in Sherman Oaks who specializes state and city marijuana regulations 

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LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced that she’s moving to dismiss 66,000 marijuana convictions dating back to 1961.

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey to expunge 66,000 weed convictions

LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced that she’s moving to dismiss 66,000 marijuana convictions dating back to 1961.

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The City of LA is always short of money, but the City Council is trying to cut off what sounds like a potential source of revenue.

LA's Mixed Message to Marijuana Dispensaries

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There’s less than a month left for hundreds of medical marijuana clinics to close their doors or face fines of up to 2500-dollars a day.

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There’s less than a month left for hundreds of medical marijuana clinics to close their doors or face fines of up to 2500-dollars a day.

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