In this matter you can call the Board directly at(###) ###-#### You can also write or fax to the Board at:
Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles
General Counsel’s Office
8610 Shoal Creek Boulevard
Austin, Texas 78757
There are forms for a full pardon, an unconditional pardon, and a pardon based on innocence. Choose the one that is most appropriate for you. Each form has detailed instructions that you should read carefully. Depending on your individual circumstances, there may be many documents which you must obtain and submit along with your application. These documents may include, but are not limited to:
Certified court documents (these may include the indictment or complaint, the judgment and sentence sheet, order of dismissal, clerk statement of fines paid, etc.) for all convictions which you want a pardon for. You can get these documents from the clerk’s office of the court where you were convicted. Offense/arrest records from police or other law enforcement agency for all convictions which you want a pardon for. An official criminal history statement from the Sheriff/Sheriff’s office in your county of residence. In most cases you can simply go to your nearest police station and they would be able to show you how to obtain your criminal history. Letters of recommendation from those (other than family) who are familiar with your character.
If you do not remember all of your convictions or which law enforcement agency was involved in a particular conviction, you can access public record information through the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Crime Records Service website: http://records.txdps.state.tx.us/. If you need help with acquiring your criminal history information, you can also contact the Department of Public Safety directly at(###) ###-####
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