Obtaining a Criminal Pardon (EPUB)

Clear Your Name Legally

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ISBN: 978-1-77040-988-0

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Criminal records need not impede your ability to work, travel and thrive. But the process of gaining a full pardon of your record can be a challenging and intimidating one. Clear your record and restore your reputation using this book!

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Millions of people in North America carry criminal convictions that restrict their abilities to get work, travel and help their communities as volunteers. What they don’t know is that many qualify to have their records cleared for infractions big and small. You or someone you know may be one of them. Legal journalist Christopher Guly provides in this book a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to gain a criminal pardon in the United States and Canada. Obtaining a Criminal Pardon looks at the history of pardons, the reasons for them, and the process to apply for and receive them. Obtaining A Criminal Pardon helps people clear their records so they can resume their lives and rebuild their reputations. It is a definitive resource for those who have paid the price for their crime and do not want the stigma that a conviction carries.

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Subtitle Clear Your Name Legally
Publication Date Jul 8, 2015
Market Global
PDF Preview Download URL http://www.self-counsel.com/docs/obtaining_a_criminal_pardon.pdf
Operating System This eBook is in the EPUB 2.1 format and will work with any reading device (including iPad, Kobo, Nook, and Sony ereaders) or desktop software which supports this format or earlier versions. This includes Apple, Sony, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble ereaders. Learn more about buying and installing ebooks.
File Size 3.66 MB
ISBN 978-1-77040-988-0
Library Sales? Not for sale to libraries.

Author Details

Author Details - Christopher Guly

Christopher Guly is a veteran legal journalist who has written extensively on the justice system, jurisprudence and the legal profession for several publications, such as The Lawyers Weekly, Canadian Lawyer magazine and Law Times, as well as for the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Ontario Bar Association. A member of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery, his work has appeared in a host of other publications, including Reader’s Digest, the Los Angeles Times, The Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Ottawa Citizen, the Winnipeg Free Press, The Vancouver Sun and The Hill Times, as well as on CBC Radio. He lives in Ottawa.


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