royal pardon

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  • William returned and succeeded to the family title having received a royal pardon.
  • The only avenue that remains for their release is a royal pardon.
  • Although it is not recorded he seems to have obtained a Royal Pardon.
  • Prisoners who receive the death sentence can appeal for a royal pardon.
  • He later received a royal pardon, and returned to Scotland.
  • Four days later, Cheam received a full royal pardon, and was released from prison.
  • He agreed to surrender her in exchange for a royal pardon.
  • He was saved from death sentence through a royal pardon.
  • Henry's only chance of liberty was to apply for the Royal Pardon.
  • In honour of her birth, the king granted a royal pardon to thousands of prison inmates.
  • Al-Harbi later received a royal pardon and all charges were dropped.
  • He was released again by a general royal pardon in April 2006.
  • He is first heard of in 1327 when he received a royal pardon for killing one of his servants.
  • To proclaim the royal pardon, he had seated himself upon a golden throne. Cited from Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1573 by Motley
  • For some offence he was exiled, and the royal pardon found him far too occupied to dream of return. Cited from A Lute of Jade, by L. Cranmer-Byng (Chin. poetry)
  • After killing him he wins the royal pardon.
  • The application for royal pardon has to be carried out by the convicted person himself, his relatives or any other person in his name.
  • The well-known story that they were offered a royal pardon on the scaffold if they would confess seems to have no foundation.
  • Smith receives a royal pardon and his own ship from the King as a sign of apology.
  • In 1633 he received a Royal pardon condition that he did not return to legal practice in England.
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