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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

WHAT IS A POSTHUMOUS PARDON?

A posthumous full pardon may be granted by the Governor upon written recommendation of the Board when a person convicted of a felony offense is deceased.  A person acting on behalf of the deceased must submit the application.

 

 

Updated 04/01/2013

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