Most Affected: Danny Rodriguez, Two-Time Victim of the Justice System
Danny Rodriguez has made mistakes—he and his advocates admit to that, but what they challenge is that he shouldn't be in prison.
April 18, 2022
Most Affected: Dan Muessig, Sentenced Five to 80 Years
Dan Muessig's only crime was selling cannabis, and he's now serving time up to 80 years in federal prison thanks to being a public figure.
March 9, 2022
Most Affected: Humberto Ramirez, Isolated in Prison for Pot
As New Jersey legalizes, Humberto Ramirez is still stuck in prison for selling six pounds of cannabis.
March 3, 2022
Most Affected: Luke Scarmazzo, Legal Dispensary Owner
Why is Luke Scarmazzo serving over two decades in prison for owning a state-legal medical dispensary, and what lies in store for his future?
February 18, 2022
Most Affected: Former State Employee Diana Marquez
Diana Marquez lost family members to the War on Drugs, finally gaining freedom after a 30-year sentence.
January 28, 2022
Most Affected: Daniel Longoria, Joe Cavazos and Travis Longoria Fight for Their Freedom
In this edition of Most Affected, a bust took them all down, but these three men are still fighting to clear their names.
January 14, 2022
Most Affected: Edwin Rubis Looks for a Second Chance
This is the story of how Edwin Rubis went from an addict in debt to an alleged kingpin with a 40-year prison sentence.
November 5, 2021
Most Affected: Seven Years After Leaving The Game, Community Leader Anthony Alegrete Gets Snagged
Anthony Alegrete was arrested seven years after he was involved in a nonviolent cannabis crime, which strengthened his dedication to advocacy and community service through the organization 40 Tons.
October 8, 2021
Most Affected: Jonathan Wall Will Serve Nearly Two Years Before His First Day in Court For Cannabis
Jonathan Wall, a Maryland native, faces a minimum of 10 years in federal prison over conspiracy charges of distributing cannabis as a first-time offender.
September 23, 2021
Most Affected: Alvi Ghaznavi Helped the Community, New Jersey Objected
Ali Ghaznavi and his family had their lives turned upside down by a nonviolent cannabis charge, and now, they are seeking justice.
September 10, 2021