Record Suspension (Pardon) Information And Assistance
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s Justice Department will be providing an information
session on Record Suspensions (formerly known as Pardons). Individuals who are
interested in the pardon/record suspension application process can attend to receive
information as well as one-on-one assistance with their applications.
The Information on Record Suspensions Information Sessions will take place on Monday
July 16, at the St. Regis Recreation Centre starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday July 18, (TBA).
Monday July 23 at Kawehno:ke Recreation Centre 10 Recreation Center Lane at 6 p.m.
Free sandwiches and refreshments will be provided!
For any inquires please call Egan Fennell at the Akwesasne Justice Department at 613-575-5000 ext. 2401 or firstname.lastname@example.org, who is currently a law intern working in conjunction with the Debwewin Jury Review Implementation Committee funded through
the Ministry of the Attorney General.
Information about Record Suspension Applications (Pardon)
• The process requires gathering court documents, criminal record checks and other information where applicable.
• The requisite amount of time must have passed since the completion of
your sentence and fines paid.
o 5 years of summary conviction.
o 10 years for an indictable offence.