full pardon

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And further, through the gracious intercession of Her Majesty, Queen Eleanor, we do offer you full pardon for all your past crimes-
Sometimes I have hoped that I might be upon the verge of winning a full pardon, but really in the depths of my heart I have known that I should never live to regain civilization.
He grants a full pardon to the Vizier Ali, and not only gives him his life, but restores to him his fortune and his possessions.
The courts have recognized the president's ability to do all of the following grant a full pardon, which forgives the offense and can restore lost civil rights, such as the ability to vote or own a firearm; reduce an offender's sentence via a commutation; or issue a reprieve/respite that merely puts off full punishment until a later date (Crouch 2009, 20).
Again, gun owners were outraged, and this time Governor Christie issued a full pardon and ordered that plea agreements should always be offered in such cases as a standard policy.
Johnson --who had issued a pardon with fewer restrictions in 1867 than in 1865--now made the pardon unconditional for all combatants, proclaiming "by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by the Constitution and in the name of the sovereign people of the United States, do hereby proclaim and declare unconditionally and without reservation, to all and to every person who, directly or indirectly, participated in the late insurrection or rebellion a full pardon and amnesty for the offense of treason against the United States or of adhering to their enemies during the late civil war, with restoration of all rights, privileges, and immunities under the Constitution and the laws which have been made in pursuance thereof.
He denied that the parole was politically motivated and said that there have been no discussions of a full pardon.
Parker's conviction was overturned by a federal appeals court 16 years later and he received a full pardon.
But it proved only to be a stay of execution and not a full pardon - 12 months later, the axe fell.
Since March 2014, the Kingdom has waged a growing fight against Islamist militants, has given the UN $100 million to set up an anti-terrorism centre, and warned young Saudis who went to either Syria or Iraq to quickly return home for a full pardon.
Those who deserted from the army will be extended a full pardon if they hand themselves in within three months.