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Synonyms for pardon

to grant forgiveness to or for

the act or an instance of forgiving

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the act of excusing a mistake or offense

a warrant granting release from punishment for an offense

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the formal act of liberating someone

accept an excuse for

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Those who are involved in illicit real estate investments, financial corruption, forging of title deeds, documents and rubber stamps, bribery, forging currencies, disclosing openly one's intention to commit sins, conning and deception, and issuing bad checks, will also not be pardoned under the annual pardon.
On his second day in office, President Jimmy Carter pardoned Vietnam War draft dodgers.
Dr Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi of Sharjah pardoned 182 prisoners.
Of the 274 inmates who were pardoned, 115 of them were expatriates, an ROP official said.
Last year, he pardoned Joe Arpaio based clearly on his agreement with Arpaio's politics since the former Arizona sheriff's contempt of court citation was beyond dispute.
He was jointly jailed with some senior officials in the Office of the President - who we have since learnt - were pardoned by Your Excellency through a Presidential Order on 6th December 2017.
[United States], November 22 (ANI): Continuing a longstanding pre-Thanksgiving White House tradition, United States President Donald Trump has pardoned two turkeys, Drumstick and Wishbone, in the Rose Garden.
Before the second cycle of local elections, VMRO-DPMNE demanded the bullies who attacked MPs in the Assembly building on April 27th to be pardoned, but the opposition party didn't mention whether this pardon will also apply for MPs Krsto Mukoski and Saso Vasilevski who opened the doors of the legislative house to the crowd of people who entered in the press-conference room where MPs were sitting.
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior pardoned 211 prisoners on Tuesday in as a celebration of the Islamic holiday of Eid Al-Adha.
Instead, in his first use of his power to issue pardons, Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio, former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., who was convicted last month of criminal contempt of court.
Even if Trump pardoned himself, Mueller could surely continue his investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 elections and any obstruction of justice.
'I cannot accept that because I have campaigned for several presidents and I have never asked to be pardoned,' he told reporters.
In his brief "1,000 days" in office, John Kennedy pardoned 472 and commuted the sentences of 100 offenders, compiling a clemency approval percentage of 32.7% (572 grants/1,749 received requests) (Commutations by Kennedy; Pardons by Kennedy).
Rabat,Jan 11, 2015 - HM King Mohammed VI pardoned 421 convicts on the occasion of the Manifesto Independence Day, celebrated on 11 January, Justice and Liberties Ministry said in a statement.
United States Attorney General, (4) the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit considered whether an alien was deportable as an aggravated felon for a state pardoned conviction, and the court held that Castillo was deportable because the pardon he received did not relinquish the punishment for the pardoned conviction and did not reinstate all his civil rights.