If you’re looking to restore the constitutional rights you lost as a result of your conviction, a pardon may be the answer.
A pardon is an act of forgiveness by the Governor. While it does not wipe your record or declare you innocent, a pardon does restore specific civil rights.
Why Get a Pardon?
The primary reason to pursue a pardon is to restore the civil rights you lost after a conviction. If your pardon is granted, you will regain your right to:
- Possess firearms
- Run for, and hold, public office
- Serve on a jury
Pardons vs. Expungements vs. Commutations
Pardons are distinctly different from commutations (a reduction of your sentence) and expungements (removal of your record from public view). Simply obtaining a commutation or expunging your record won’t restore all of your rights. You may ultimately decide to pursue more than one option to achieve the maximum relief and put your past completely behind you.
Get Your Rights Back With Professional Legal Support
Applying for a pardon is a complicated process. It is crucial to present the most persuasive and complete argument possible in your petition to the Pardon and Parole Board.
We can help you navigate the process and put your best case before the Pardon and Parole Board. We have a 100% success rate on pardons and expungements.
We have helped hundreds of people move on from a past mistake and take their life back. Schedule a free consultation with us today to discuss your eligibility.
How Hiring Us Works
Tell Us Your Story
Send us all the details and documents relating to your conviction, and we'll start analyzing your situation.
Our team uses your case information to check whether you’re eligible for an expungement. You won’t pay a dime until your eligibility is confirmed.
We Apply for You
Once your eligibility is confirmed, we take it from there and apply for an expungement on your behalf.
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