Three letters of support from individuals not related to you by blood or by marriage.
A $100 non-refundable fee to be paid the the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.
All fines, fees, and restitution must be fully satisfied.
Any probation, parole, and sentencing should be complete, however, there a few exceptions.
Probationers must be discharged from supervision.
Parolees must have completed 5 years under supervision, or the maximum parole period if less than 5 years.
Inmates prior to becoming parole eligible with proof of extraordinary circumstances.
Inmates with terminal illness with a life expectancy of 1 year or less.
You will need to list all charges along with your arrest date and county of conviction that you wish you to be pardoned. It is helpful to obtain a copy of your SLED report, so that you will not omit any convictions.