Clemency for Craig Cesal - Serving Life Without Parole for Marijuana
Craig Cesal got arrested for participating in a marijuana conspiracy and sentenced to life in prison with no parole despite having no criminal history. Cesal was granted clemency and is now helping others who face a similar fate.
Biden pardons marijuana offenses, calls for review of federal law
The president will also be urging governors to do the same for cases regarding state offenses of civil possession of marijuana.
Help set more people free
It is founded by Craig Cesal, who was sentenced to Life in prison for a marijuana offense before he received clemency under President Trump. He and co-founder Huma Rashid, the attorney that wrote his clemency petition and also won clemency for 7 other former prisoners, have teamed up to bring powerful advocacy and support for those who remain behind bars for a plant that is now legal in much of the United States.
Director of Advocacy and Senior Clemency Case Manager
Huma Rashid, Esq.
Director of Clemency