A criminal record may dim your present and doom your prospective future. Your job application will be thrown into a dustbin and the society will not allow you to lead a peaceful life. Be prepared to carry this social stigma until you breath your last. Want to get rid of this frustrating and irritating situation? Well you can do so with help of Canadian Pardons and waivers.
A criminal record creates a great obstacle in one’s life. It prevents your from enjoying a peaceful and happy life. Wherever you go, the shadow of crime follows you. Both friends and foes behave start behaving in the same way. The relatives break with you and they do not feel a pang of conscience to close their doors on your face with a bang. You sink into the depth of depressions. The condition becomes so frustrating that you even think of committing suicide. The only ray of hope may be pardons and waivers. If the blot of crime is washed away, you can lead the rest of life with honor and dignity.
It is not an easy way to secure Canadian pardons and waivers but it is worth putting extra effort to get them. First you have to apply for Canadian pardon. You have to meet the eligibility criteria as set by the courts. In other words, you have to satisfy all the formalities including fines, jail terms etc. A thorough checking is done to find out whether the applicant can meet the court’s demands. If the answer is a resounding ‘yes’, you can qualify for pardons and waivers.
National Pardon center prepares all the necessary documents related with pardons and waivers. The process starts with on-site fingerprinting. The center always tries its best to keep the files of the applicants safe and secret. Canadian pardon is the effective means to mop up your criminal record so that you do not face any problem in future. But you are unable to experience the true freedom even after being granted pardons. This is the situation when the waivers come into play. The USA government rejects the pardons and waivers approved by the Canadian Parole board. Now once you are granted waivers by the USA government, there is no restriction on your movement. You are as free as a bird.
The entire process of pardons and waivers involves several legal intricacies. So, it is hardly possible for an individual to smoothly handle all the sequential steps. You can have a talk with the Canadian Pardon Services in this regard. But the primary step for you is consulting with a solicitor. The person, having profound knowledge and immense experience in this field can guide you throughout the entire process of pardons and waivers. The National Parole Board, an autonomous organization, checks the application for Canadian pardons. The organization enjoys the right to accept or reject the applications and is guided by the Criminal Records Act and Criminal Code of Canada. It is a mention-worthy point in this regard that all the criminals can not qualify for the pardons and waivers. Certain criminal offenses are so serious that the culprits can not be granted pardons.
When Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour was on his way out of office this week, he granted 203 pardons to felons. But just yesterday, a Mississippi judge blocked the pardons on the basis of constitutional violations. So what does this episode say about our pardon system here in the US? Radley Balko investigative reporter for the Huffington Post weighs in.
Question by demhater: How many detainees in GITMO will be granted presidential pardons by Obama?
Answer by john d
If he had any balls at all, then every detainee would get a pardon.
What do you think? Answer below!
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MANILA, Philippines – Three overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) were spared from the death penalty in Sabah after the Malaysian government granted them pardon, Vice President Jejomar Binay said yesterday. Binay, who is in Kuala Lumpur attending the …
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A judge in the the US state of Mississippi is putting pardons on hold for some convicts for whom the former governor granted clemency, as the new governor says he will not let anyone free. More than 200-people received pardons from former Governor Haley Barbour, which has caused outrage among some victims’ families and law enforcement officials. Al Jazeera’s Roger Wilkison reports.