Pardon Based on Actual Innocence
Certainly, a pardon based on actual innocence is a rare occurrence, but it does happen. Of course, courts can exonerate a person of a crime when there is no compelling evidence of guilt. The court, in this case, finds the person innocent. On the other hand, a pardon absolves a person of guilt. Generally, you have to have been previously convicted to receive a pardon. If you are one of the few folks out there who has received a pardon based on actual innocence we can take you the rest of the way and expunge your conviction.
Flat Fee for Removal
There are no surprises and no expensive hourly fees for clearing your legal record. Our attorneys know the expungement process inside out out. As a result, our staff handles these cases effectively and efficiently. And so, we are able to offer our expungement service for a “flat” or “fixed” fee when working with clients who received pardons based on actual innocence.
If you’d like to get started clearing your conviction post-pardon, start your expungement today. Send a message or give one of our offices a call.
Expunge a case based on Actual Innocence.