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JURIST: The Legal Education Network at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law presents this guide as a non-partisan educational resource on the law of Presidential pardons.

FEATURING: If Only You Had Asked: Trust the Pardon Review Process, a new op-ed by Dean L. Anthony Sutin of Appalachian School of Law; The Quality of Mercy Strained: Wresting the Pardoning Power from the King, an examination of the history and philosophy of pardons by Professor Daniel T. Kobil, Capital University Law School; the Marc Rich pardon application and other documents; a full list of President Clinton's January 2001 pardons and commutations; plus a statistical table of Presidential clemency actions, 1789-2001.
News
The latest on the Clinton pardons...

Frequently-Asked-Questions
Answers to queries on pardons...

Roundtable
Legal scholars debate the pardons...

Constitutional Basis
The source of the pardon power...

History and Development
Online articles on pardons...

Administration/Regulations
Pardon procedure...

Cases
Leading court rulings on pardons...

Committee Proceedings
Hearings on pardons...

Clemency Statistics NEW!
By the numbers...

Notable Pardons
Who was pardoned by whom...

Commentary
Pardon op-eds by law professors...

Glossary
Pardon law terms and definitions...

Bibliography
Pardon scholarship in print...

Media Inquiries
Interview academic experts...

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