Full Pardon And Firearm Rights Restoration In Texas
Generally speaking, for one to be considered for a pardon, they must show that they have been rehabilitated and are a law-abiding citizen. To be eligible for a pardon in the State of Texas, you must be fully discharged from the felony, misdemeanor, or traffic offense sentence you received. Furthermore, if you have previously been denied by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, you must wait two years before you may reapply. The State of Texas does not consider pardons for those still incarcerated.