Visitor: I’m interested in applying to have my record suspended and get my criminal record pardoned. I have an indictable conviction for assault causing bodily harm that was handed down in the mid to late 1980’s.
Although this conviction has never prevented me from doing anything that I’ve wanted to do, the entire situation was fabricated by the actual assailant in the case, and as such has always irritated me. There were no convictions, or in fact any run in’s with the law previous to this incident, nor have there been any since.
I’ve looked at the Canadian Record Suspension application process and thought it was hopelessly complicated. I’d like to ask what services you provide to help people navigate the process and exactly what the charges would be from beginning to end, including any hidden fees. Thanks in advance.
Pardons Canada: You are eligible for a pardon for the assault causing bodily harm offence in late 1980. Even though this is an indictable offence, the eligibility requirements for a pardon is ten years from the end of your punishment. Pardons Canada will help in the entire process of obtaining your pardon by collecting all of the necessary documents including court and police records, RCMP files and reviewing whatever letters you must write showing rehabilitation. We will then put the application together on your behalf to ensure it will be approved by the Parole Board.