CLEMENCY: The Legal Process to Request MercyBlessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Matthew 5:7 One pardons in the degree that one loves. La RochefoucauldAt the heart of all law, is mercy. For although we need law for a civilized society, it is the truly civilized society that acknowledges that a higher law exists for the punished based on love, compassion, and grace, the very essence of mercy.Clemency, the legal proces to request mercy, can change people's lives in positive ways, which benefits not only applying individuals, but also society at large. Some forms of clemency, with or without conditions, can include the following, in whole or in part:-restoration of civil rights/firearms privileges, and including the right to vote, hold public office, serve on a jury, and possess firearms;-executive pardon, and including restoration of rights of citizenship, partial pardon, and full pardon;-remission of fine or forfeiture;-restoration of alien status;-commutation of sentences; and-commutation of death sentences.In the federal governemnt, some forms of clemency can include the following:-pardon; and-commutation of sentence.Call today for a free consultation on the applicable legal clemency process and what Dean Law could do for you.(239) 330-4950THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask Leslie Dean to send you free written information about Leslie Dean's qualifications and experience. Leslie Dean, the attorney of Dean Law, is licensed to practice in the State of Kentucky, not in the State of Florida. Leslie Dean is not a member of the Florida Bar Association and is not practicing Florida law in the State of Florida or Florida federal courts. Immigration work in Florida is limited to agency-based immigration matters, not Florida federal courts, FL practice being limited to immigration. Leslie Dean is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court/EDKY, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. For purposes of this advertisement and the website, "lesliedean.com," "focus" means practice area, not specialization. Kentucky does not certify specialities in legal fields. Terms and conditions as set forth on lesliedean.com apply herein, incorporated herein by reference the same as if fully set forth herein verbatim.