pardon from President

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  • He remained out of America for the rest of his life, despite receiving a pardon from President John F. Kennedy.
  • Rost then returned with a full pardon from President Andrew Johnson and successfully demanded for the return of his property.
  • During the proceedings, after the death sentence had been read, a pardon from President Lincoln was read, sparing his life.
  • Also during this episode it is learned that Logan was granted a presidential pardon from President Daniels.
  • Krafft later was the only person convicted under this law to receive a full executive pardon from President Woodrow Wilson.
  • The coup plotters were imprisoned, but later received a pardon from President de Menezes.
  • In 1866, he received a pardon from President Andrew Johnson, after which he hoped to reenter politics and business.
  • The Black Eagle left and remained out of America for the rest of his life, despite receiving a pardon from President John F. Kennedy.
  • Gambi was one of the hundred or so Baratarians who followed Lafitte after receiving his pardon from President James Madison.
  • At that stage, the only possibility of her being saved from execution would have been a pardon from President of Botswana Festus Mogae.
  • Harrison Self was tried, convicted and sentenced to hang, but was released hours before his execution after his daughter, Elizabeth, obtained a last-minute pardon from President Jefferson Davis.
  • Ousted former president Joseph Estrada is freed after receiving a pardon from President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
  • After the war, Hays went back to New Orleans, where, after receiving a pardon from President Andrew Johnson, he served as Sheriff of Orleans Parish for a year.
  • Sitgreaves was successful in his prosecution and the jury in the case found the men guilty of treason, but a second trial and an eventual pardon from President John Adams saved the rebels from execution.
  • In 2003 Adisa said he would not accept a pardon from President Olusegun Obasanjo, who had himself participated in a coup attempt in 1995.
  • During prohibition, McDonough spent eight months in the Alameda County Jail for bootlegging and eventually sought a pardon from President Calvin Coolidge.
  • Before the petition for habeas corpus was presented to the Supreme Court of the United States, Judge Terry's friends made a strenuous effort to secure his pardon from President Cleveland. Cited from Personal Reminiscences, by Stephen Field and George C. Gorham
  • A Democrat, he was elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives in the special election of 1865, after receiving, in August of that year, a pardon from President Andrew Johnson for his part in "the late rebellion."
  • Henry was later convicted, but released on July 11, 1902, just a few weeks before the Spokogee shootout, after receiving a pardon from President Theodore Roosevelt.
  • After the Civil War ended in 1865, Gist took an oath of allegiance in Greenville, South Carolina, and received a pardon from President Andrew Johnson.
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