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Gary Johnson on Pardoning Non-Violent Drug Offenders

Category: News | Posted on Fri, May, 25th 2012 by THCFinder

Former New Mexico Governor and Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Gary Johnson has been very outspoken about his feelings that marijuana should be legalized, and legalization will be great for millions of cannabis users when it comes, but what about the people already in jail?

 

More to the point, what about all those people in jail for non-violent drug offenses? Those who never hurt anyone else and yet for some reason languish in jail, what happens to them?

 

Each individual marijuana legalization law throughout the states will hopefully have provisions for releasing those who are only there for marijuana. And as other drugs are legalized, the same will be true for those offenders. If provisions are not written into the law, each Governor and President will have to be the ones to take things on a case-by-case basis, a rather inefficient way of granting freedom to those who deserve it.

 

After all, why should people be locked up if they haven’t infringed on the rights of another? What is the justification? That they might commit a real crime in the future? You might as well, should the police come take you to jail right now?

Here are candidate Johnson’s feelings on the issue.

 

 


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