I'm just going to assume governor's pardon's don't happen for people? You have answered my main question though.
I have never heard of people getting a governor's pardon.
HiPardon's are given. You can contact the Governor's office and request the application.Everyone is treated equally when it comes to evaluation of a pardon request. It cost nothing to apply for it. Once you get the pardon then you can Petition to have your matter removed from court records. Check out this link to read more on pardons in IowaMy goal is to provide you with excellent service - if you feel you have received anything less, please reply back as I am happy to address follow-up questions. Kindly rate me when you are done.
That is what I am looking for 3 more questions relating to to the original.
How do I get my court information for all previous crimes (My owi, and one when I was 17 criminal mischief)
What do you recommend I do to improve my chances of getting a pardon or my gun rights restored.
I don't have any credit, the state requires a credit report. I have applied for a car loan once (denied). And a credit card loan (Denied due to lack of credit history) What should I do here?
Hi1 - You contact the Clerk of the Court in each county where these convictions occured and the clerk can give you your record.2 - Have a good job, have community activity, have good neighbors, friends and family who will be interviewed as to your character. There really is no winning receipe.3 - You have a credit report and I suggest you contact Experian . If for some reason you are told there is nothing on record for you, then have them put that in writing and send that.My goal is to provide you with excellent service - if you feel you have received anything less, please reply back as I am happy to address follow-up questions. Kindly rate me when you are done.
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