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In his two years on probation, Anthony Robles had never received a visit from the authorities. Then, one day in 2016, officials ransacked the house he was in and found his cannabis supply.

For Los Angeles County, that was enough to put him on probation for two more years, which meant he had to pay more money for probation fees. Robles says the irony was that he mainly sold weeds so that he could pay those fees and fines first. When he was He was released from prison in 2014 and was immediately in arrears because he was unable to …


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