STATE OF UTAH
BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLE

APPLICATION FOR PARDON

Section I - APPLICANT INFORMATION

Please Note: Pardon Applications are considered only after a significant period of exemplary citizenship and demonstrable evidence of rehabilitation, which generally requires that at least five (5) years have passed since the termination or expiration of all criminal offenses, sentences, and supervision on probation or parole. Submitting a Pardon Application does not necessarily result in the Board scheduling a pardon hearing. The Board may deny a pardon request without holding a hearing. In addition, if the Board schedules a pardon hearing, there is no guarantee that an actual pardon will be granted.

You may complete this online application or download and submit a paper application. The application instructions may be downloaded as well.

Submit a Paper Application

If you submit a paper copy, send the application, along with all other required documents, letters, and extra pages, to:


Utah Board of Pardons and Parole

Attn: Pardon Specialist

448 East Winchester Street Suite 300

Murray, Utah 84107


For questions or assistance, please call the Board at 801-261-6464 and ask to speak with our Pardon Specialist.

Submit Application Online

The pardon application is detailed and requires the submission of several supporting documents. BEFORE completing this online application, you should download the pardon instructions and a pardon application to review. When you complete a section, click the "Submit" button to submit the information and continue to the next section.

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