Top 10 Things to Know About the National Parole Board

As Express Pardons explains, the National Parole Board is the branch of the Canadian Government that is responsible for Canadian pardon applications.  All pardon applications in Canada go through the National Parole Board, which is turn follows the pardon laws and legislation as determined by the Canadian Government.   Read the Top 10 things that you need to know about the National Parole Board.

1. The National Parole Board is a government agency

2. The National Parole Board is part of the Ministry of Public Safety Canada

3. The National Parole Board deals with pardons and clemency in Canada

4. The National Parole Board grants pardons to all eligible applicants

5. The National Parole Board grants pardon to individuals based on set our eligibility requirements that are determined by the Canadian government

6. The National Parole Board looks at each pardon application on a case by case basis

7. The National Parole Board is part of the criminal justice system

8. The National Parole Board can grant, deny, cancel, terminate or revoke any day parole and full parole

9. The National Parole Board is authorized by the Criminal Records Act

10. The National Parole Board believes that a pardon is evidence that the conviction should no longer reflect negatively on a persons character

Contact Express Pardons to get an application for a pardon prepared to submit to the National Parole Board today.

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