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He was jointly jailed with some senior officials in the Office of the President - who we have since learnt - were pardoned by Your Excellency through a Presidential Order on 6th December 2017.
United States], November 22 ( ANI ): Continuing a longstanding pre-Thanksgiving White House tradition, United States President Donald Trump has pardoned two turkeys, Drumstick and Wishbone, in the Rose Garden.
SCOTS convicted under UK laws criminalising homosexuality should be pardoned, opposition parties insist.
THOUSANDS of gay and bisexual men convicted of abolished sexual offences are to be posthumously pardoned.
THOUSANDS of gay and bisexual men who went to their graves as criminals for now-abolished sexual offences are to be posthumously pardoned.
Those are separate acts and decisions for everybody who has been pardoned.
In his brief "1,000 days" in office, John Kennedy pardoned 472 and commuted the sentences of 100 offenders, compiling a clemency approval percentage of 32.
Rabat,Jan 11, 2015 - HM King Mohammed VI pardoned 421 convicts on the occasion of the Manifesto Independence Day, celebrated on 11 January, Justice and Liberties Ministry said in a statement.
United States Attorney General, (4) the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit considered whether an alien was deportable as an aggravated felon for a state pardoned conviction, and the court held that Castillo was deportable because the pardon he received did not relinquish the punishment for the pardoned conviction and did not reinstate all his civil rights.
Some 1,201 first-time offenders sentenced for use of drug were pardoned, while a person sentenced to death had his sentence commuted to life in prison," the statement also reads.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry has remarked "pardoning the killer despite being pardoned by the legal heirs of slain will fall in the ambit of " Fasad Fil-Arz".
The prisoners were pardoned after considering the plight of their families.