If you have a conviction in Pennsylvania, it can keep you from being able to find good employment or housing. With PA's current expungement laws, if you have a misdemeanor or felony conviction on your record, it is very likely that you are not eligible to expunge your records through the court process. However, there is another option in Pennsylvania. You can apply for a pardon from the Governor, and we want to help you apply for a pardon. Once your case is pardoned, you are eligible to have it judicially expunged.
A pardon application in Pennsylvania is sent to the Board of Pardons and Parole. They review the application first and decide whether to grant a hearing. If you are granted a hearing, you get to attend the hearing in Harrisburg with an attorney there to represent you. You get to present your case as to why you are rehabilitated and why you need and deserve to have your conviction pardoned. If the Board's vote is in favor of the pardon, it is sent on to the Governor for final approval.
There are no eligibility requirements for a pardon in Pennsylvania. Anyone can apply to have their case pardoned. Each case is reviewed in detail and each application is considered based on the specifics on the case(s) involved and the applicant. Some factors that the Board may consider include:
Take the first steps to a better life now by taking our free online evaluation and see if you are eligible to have your case expunged. If your case is not eligible for an expungement, we can can file for a pardon. There are no eligibility requirements to apply for a pardon in Pennsylvania.
We start the same day you sign up. Having handled more than 12,000 cases, we know how to get records cleared as fast as possible. The process to receive a pardon in Pennsylvania is very lengthy. It is currently taking between 3.5 and 4 years for the Board to review an application. The Board operates on a first-come, first-served basis, so the sooner you start, the sooner your conviction can be pardoned. After you receive a pardon, the conviction is eligible to be judicially expunged.
Our fee is broken down into two parts. The first flat fee covers the application. We will obtain the application on your behalf, assist in preparing and review the application, and file the application with the Board of Pardons. If you are granted a hearing, there will be an additional fee to have an attorney help prepare you for and appear with you at the hearing before the Board.
We also have a low-price guarantee. Just show us a competitor’s quote or ad and we will match it.
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* The price covers the cost of obtaining the application on your behalf, working with you to complete the application, obtaining a copy of your criminal record, and filing the application with the Board. If a hearing is granted by the Board, there will be an additional charge of $500 to have an attorney appear with you.
This price includes filing fees and application costs. In some instances a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation report may need to be obtained. This may require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay an additional approximate amount of $25.
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Bensalem PA 19020