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Pardons in the State of Texas

Pardons in Texas

Did you know that you may be eligible for a FULL pardon if you successfully completed a deferred adjudication

In January, 2012, the Texas Constitution was amended to authorize the Governor, on the written recommendation and advice of the Board of Pardons and Paroles (Board), to grant a PARDON to a person who successfully completes a term of deferred adjudication community supervision thereby changing Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 48.01.

To be eligible for a PARDON based upon a deferred adjudication community supervision, the following criteria must be met:

  1. A person must have successfully completed their term of deferred adjudication community supervision, and
  2. They may apply for the PARDON application on or after the 10th anniversary date of the discharge and dismissal of the deferred adjudication community supervision.

What this means is that there is a ten-year waiting period to become eligible for a PARDON after you are successfully discharged/released from deferred probation.

Call The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker now if you think you may be eligible & we will give you a free analysis. A full PARDON followed by an EXPUNCTION may just give you back your life!

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