You have made good. You’ve done your time. You’ve fulfilled every condition and completed everything that the State of Connecticut asked of you when you were convicted.

But, you’ve done more than that. You’ve fought and you’ve struggled and you’ve worked and you’ve proven that you are much, much more than whatever is coldly printed in your record.

The Maddox Law Firm understands your search for a better life – one unburdened by the heavy load of your criminal record. We believe everyone deserves a chance to start over.

The Connecticut Board of Pardons and Parole has become a more accessible agency in recent years. The application process can be complicated, but when managed by an experienced attorney, it can restore rights and access to you which you may have thought you would never have again.

If you are on parole or probation right now, you should wait before you apply for a pardon. But, if your felony conviction is at least five years behind you and your misdemeanor conviction is at least three years behind you, you may be a good candidate to apply for a pardon. You might also consider applying for a Certificate of Employability.

Don’t make the mistake of trying to represent yourself in a pardon application. Just like a thorough and competent defense of a criminal case, you will need the assistance of an experienced attorney in order to produce an ideal pardon application to represent you every step of the way.

Start the fight to restore your rights.

Apply for a pardon with The Maddox Law Firm. Call The Maddox Law Firm today.

You have made good. You’ve done your time. You’ve fulfilled every condition and completed everything that the State of Connecticut asked of you when you were convicted.

But, you’ve done more than that. You’ve fought and you’ve struggled and you’ve worked and you’ve proven that you are much, much more than whatever is coldly printed in your record.

The Maddox Law Firm understands your search for a better life – one unburdened by the heavy load of your criminal record. We believe everyone deserves a chance to start over.

The Connecticut Board of Pardons and Parole has become a more accessible agency in recent years. The application process can be complicated, but when managed by an experienced attorney, it can restore rights and access to you which you may have thought you would never have again.

If you are on parole or probation right now, you should wait before you apply for a pardon. But, if your felony conviction is at least five years behind you and your misdemeanor conviction is at least three years behind you, you may be a good candidate to apply for a pardon. You might also consider applying for a Certificate of Employability.

Don’t make the mistake of trying to represent yourself in a pardon application. Just like a thorough and competent defense of a criminal case, you will need the assistance of an experienced attorney in order to produce an ideal pardon application to represent you every step of the way.

Start the fight to restore your rights.

Apply for a pardon with The Maddox Law Firm. Call The Maddox Law Firm today.

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