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While an attorney is not required to apply for an absolute pardon, the process can feel overwhelming and confusing. Let our experienced team guide you through the pardon application and present you to the CT Board of Pardons and Paroles in the best light possible.

If you have a criminal record in Connecticut and meet the following requirements, you are eligible to apply:

  • It has been at least three years since the disposition of your most recent misdemeanor charge and five years your most recent felony charge

  • It has been at least 13 months since the disposition of any case you had nolled

  • You are not currently on any type of state supervision

  • You do not have any pending charges

Contact us to learn more and get started today!

Just because you’ve made mistakes in your past, doesn’t necessarily mean they have to follow you around forever. A pardon by the state of Connecticut can erase your criminal record.



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