There are two ways to do this. If you need to get an old cannabis conviction expunged, you can contact your former attorney, the public defender, or this Office directly. We will then evaluate your case, and if it is eligible, we will set it for a hearing in order to get your record cleared as fast as possible. Hundreds of people have done this already. There is another even easier way to do this. Do nothing, and we will take care of it automatically. A new law was passed (AB 1793) and signed into law last year that tasks the California Department of Justice (“DOJ”) with providing to every District Attorney a list of all potentially eligible cases. We have contacted the DOJ, and we expect this list as early as this summer. Once we get the list we will find all the eligible cases, and then the court can expunge conviction automatically. There is no need for a lawyer or a court appearance. It will happen automatically, and at no cost.