If your pardon application was denied in Connecticut, you can still reapply for a pardon. If this is something you would be interested in, continue reading for some tips on reapplying.
When Can I Reapply?
You have to wait at least one year before you can reapply for a pardon. In some cases, you may have to wait longer. The Board of Pardons will specify the amount of time that you need to wait when you are denied.
How Do I Know Why My Application Was Denied?
The Board of Pardons will send you or us a letter letting you know why your application was denied.
What Can I Do to Increase My Chances the Second Time?
You can start by finding out the reason your application was denied and fixing it. You can also do things like volunteer, continue your education, get a job and more. For more information on things you can do to improve your chances, read our earlier posts.
Do I Need Different References?
No, you can use the same references but your references will need to fill out a new form. Although you can use the same references, you might consider having new references if you think that you can find more appropriate ones for the application.
Do I Need to Fill Out a New Application?
Yes, you will need to submit a new application if you choose to reapply for a pardon.
Do I Need to Re-Submit All of My Paperwork?
Yes, you will need to submit all of the paperwork and documents again.
Are My Chances Lower or Higher Than the First Time I Applied?
Your chance of being granted a pardon does not change based on how many times you apply. Each time you apply, your application is reviewed with the same standards.
If you need more information on how to improve your chances of receiving a pardon, check out our earlier posts.
If you want to apply for a pardon and are interested in hiring an attorney, contact us for a free consultation. You can call us at (203) 567-6480 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.