He said 23 petitions for dismissal or reduction have been filed in San Francisco since passage of Proposition 64.As of September, around 5,000 people had applied for a change to their records, according to state data.Luis is a Shushu possessing a house in which Kerubim Crepin, his adopted son Joris, and their maid Simone take up residence.
District Attorney George Gascon announced Wednesday that his office will dismiss nearly 3,000 misdemeanor cases and review nearly 5,000 felony cases for possible action.
It is unclear why Lou left, but Luis blamed Kerubim for a long time.
Eventually, the Osamodas Simone came along with an answer to a job that Joris unknowingly sent.
Proposition 64 legalized the recreational use of marijuana.
It also allowed people convicted of marijuana charges to petition courts to toss out the cases or reduce penalties.