Attorney Don Vaughan helps with Executive Pardons and Post Conviction

Presidential Pardons

Don Vaughan is experienced in requesting Presidential Executive Clemency. He can represent you in the process of filing a petition for Presidential Pardon.

Under the Constitution of the United States, the President’s clemency power extends only to federal criminal offenses.

If you are trying to obtain a Presidential Pardon for a federal offense and need the help of an experienced attorney, call Don Vaughan & Associates now or TAP (336) 273-1415 to arrange your initial free consultation.

According to the Constitution of the United States, the President “shall have Power to grant Reprieves and pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.”

A Presidential Pardon can only be issued for a federal crime.

Otherwise you may need to seek a pardon from the Governor of the state where the offense occurred.

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Governor’s Pardons and Post Conviction

The law firm of Donald R. Vaughan & Associates practices in executive clemency and post-conviction matters. Don Vaughan has assisted a number of clients in obtaining a Pardon from the Governor of North Carolina. If you’re trying to obtain a pardon, reprieve, or commutation in North Carolina, Don Vaughan & Associates can help. Our firm will review your criminal case and determine the likelihood of a pardon and advise you on what you may have to do to get the best possible result.

If you are trying to obtain a Pardon and need the help of an attorney in Greensboro, NC, call Don Vaughan and Associates now or TAP (336) 273-1415 to arrange your initial free consultation.

According to the North Carolina Constitution, the “Governor may grant reprieves, commutations, and pardons, after conviction, for all offenses (except in cases of impeachment), upon such conditions as he may think proper.”

There are three types of Pardons that the Governor normally issues in North Carolina:

  1. Pardon of Forgiveness: This Pardon is the one most frequently requested. This Pardon is issued stating that the individual has been pardoned and forgiven of their criminal conviction. This Pardon is granted with certain conditions.
  2. Pardon of Innocence: Pardon granted when an individual has been convicted and the criminal charges are subsequently dismissed. Application for this type of Pardon allows an individual to petition the Governor for a declaration of innocence when the individual has been erroneously convicted and imprisoned and later determined to be innocent. In such cases where this Pardon is granted, an individual is allowed to seek compensation from the State. Please refer to N.C.G.S. § 148-82, regarding Provision for Compensation and N.C.G.S. § 148-84, regarding Evidence; Action by Industrial Commission; Payment and Amount of Compensation.
  3. Unconditional Pardon: Pardon granted primarily to restore an individual’s right to own or possess a firearm. This Pardon is granted without any conditions or restrictions. 3

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Don Vaughan and Associates have over thirty-eight years experience practicing in the courts of North Carolina.
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