If you are not eligible for an Expungement or 402 Reduction, a Pardon may be the right path for you. It is also possible to look at obtaining a Pardon after some charges have been reduced or expunged. A Pardon, much like an Expungement, can erase charges from your criminal record.
The Board requires those who want to pursue a Pardon to fill out an application and acquire paperwork and records pertaining to the case being Pardoned. This application and record request process can be very overwhelming and confusing. Adam Elmore will help you navigate this process and is ready to help you pursue your Pardon today.
You can learn more about the Pardon process here.