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.
He takes a crack at Bancroft's case in exchange for a full pardon.
The president has the constitutional power to grant full pardon to inmates or commute their sentences.
Apart from the full pardon and release decrees, up to 981 decisions have been issued to reduce the jail terms for six months, along with 1,006 for commuting the same for one year, 626 for five years, 208 for 10 years, and 51 for 20 years.
I am pleased to inform you that I have just granted a full Pardon to 85 year old American patriot Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Later that year, the prior drug charge was wiped forever off his record when the Florida Clemency Board granted Dillon a full pardon.
James Buchanan's Offering a Full Pardon to Mormon Rebels in the Utah Territory (1858).
Men convicted for same-sex sexual activity on the basis of discriminatory criminal laws will receive a full pardon, the Cabinet Secretary for Justice has announced.
After a change in the Home Secretary the men were given a full pardon, but only one man, George Hammett, returned to England, he is buried in Tolpuddle, and the others emigrated to Canada with their families.
And, of course, the President can convey the country's appreciation and gratitude for the last-minute reprieve which is only temporary and not permanent,' said Isleta, who noted that Indonesia had never granted a full pardon to a death convict.