He was granted a pardon by the Governor late in 1837.
The government granted them all a full pardon on February 6.
He was granted a pardon by the people, recalled and made general.
Less than 18 months later he was granted a full pardon by the territorial governor.
After some time he reached a high status, was granted a pardon, and became Marshall of the army.
Sentenced to life in prison he would be granted a pardon by the governor after 14 years.
The monarch did not have the right to grant pardons.
The president has the power to grant pardons on the advice of the cabinet.
He was eventually released and, in 1846, granted a full pardon after having served 12 years of his original sentence.
The governor may grant pardons except in cases of impeachment.