presidential pardon

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  • He said that his presidential pardon was granted because federal authorities later determined he was not involved.
  • The following day, however, the five received a presidential pardon and were released.
  • One month later, he withdrew his appeal and instead sought for a presidential pardon.
  • She was informed of her release from house arrest through a presidential pardon.
  • He subsequently received a presidential pardon, but sold his house and moved to San Francisco.
  • There is no post-conviction relief available in the federal system, other than a presidential pardon.
  • Released on a presidential pardon some months later he was assassinated in a car park.
  • He did not serve his full term, benefiting from a general presidential pardon.
  • He received a presidential pardon four months into his sentence.
  • They agreed to become special government operatives in exchange for full presidential pardons.
  • President Clinton issued a Presidential pardon on his last day in office.
  • This eventually led to a Presidential pardon for one of the accused.
  • Beforehand, he grants Jack a presidential pardon so he will be a free man once more after everything is over.
  • Giuliani also declined to say whether he might one day issue a presidential pardon for Kerik.
  • He is not eligible for parole, and could only be released under a presidential pardon.
  • The court ruled that Garland was beyond the reach of punishment of any kind due to his prior presidential pardon.
  • Of these, twenty-four were taken to Philadelphia for trial, but only two were convicted and were then given presidential pardons.
  • Snake has been given a military Humvee after his presidential pardon and makes his way to Atlantic City.
  • Nevertheless, they were then given presidential pardons due to their exceptional service throughout the American Revolutionary War.
  • He spent almost eight years as a POW and upon his release received a Presidential Pardon in light of his good conduct.
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