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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

WHAT IS A CONDITIONAL PARDON?

A person with a conditional pardon remains subject to conditions of release. A conditional pardon does not restore civil rights or rights of citizenship, and the governor can revoke the pardon if a person does not comply with conditions of release. A conditional pardon will be considered only after minimum statutory parole eligibility has been attained.

 

 

Updated 11/24/2015

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