The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office has announced a program to allow those with low-level marijuana possession convictions to clean them from their records, which could clean the records of some 20,000 offenders as well as further divide the city’s five district attorneys in terms of how they approach marijuana cases.

In a first for New York, anyone with convictions of low-level possession will be eligible to file a motion to vacate their convictions as well as dismiss the underlying charges, all with the consent of the DA, according to a release from the office.