Pardon Information – Start Here

Welcome – you’ve reached the first step in getting the information you or someone you know needs to empower them to rebuild their lives after a criminal conviction.

This is a judgment-free zone – you’ll find no condemnation here. If you are an ex-offender reading this after your release, congratulations! You made it through a very challenging and difficult period in your life and it’s time to start moving forward.

If you’re a family member of an incarcerated person or an ex-offender, thank you for visiting – we have specific resources under development for you. Please bookmark and save this web address so that you’ll be able to find it again, and register HERE so we can stay in touch with updates to the website and information we place here. We promise to NEVER share your email address, and we won’t send you 50 messages a day – we’ll limit the updates to approximately once a month so we don’t fill up your email inbox.

If you’re a child / teen / adult whose parents are incarcerated, thank you for visiting – we’re developing specific resources for you as well. Please bookmark and save this web address so that you’ll be able to find it again, and register HERE so we can stay in touch with updates to the website and the information we’ll place here just for you. We promise to NEVER share your email address, and we won’t send you 50 messages a day – we[‘ll limit the updates to approximately once a month so we don’t fill up your email inbox.

No matter what your connection to the criminal justice system, here you’ll find information and assistance that will empower YOU to act as your own best advocate, or help you learn to advocate for your friend, family member or loved one. Our mission at The Pardon Guide, LLC is to put our commitment to serving the community into physical being by providing the resources needed.

We can be our own best advocates, and who will fight harder for ex-offenders than the individual themselves? Click HERE to access general information about the Pardon process, as provided by the State of Connecticut Board of Pardons and Paroles.