Pardons & Clemency
The Law Office of Tina Sypek D'Amato, LLC
A Small Firm with a Big Heart
Connecticut Criminal Pardon Attorney and Counselor at Law
For professional, compassionate, and passionate advocacy regarding criminal pardons or clemency in Connecticut, contact the Law Office of Tina Sypek D'Amato in Bridgeport. Tina represents convicted persons before the Board of Paroles and Pardons in pursuit of partial pardons, work pardons, or full criminal pardon (clemency).
The likelihood of receiving clemency after a prison sentence has been handed down often depends on a number of factors including the type of crime, how long the convicted person has been in prison, and what evidence there is that the person is rehabilitated enough to send him or her back into society.
At a hearing before the Board of Paroles and Pardons, officials want to hear from the client, not the lawyer. Therefore, a good deal of the work of the criminal defense lawyer in this area consists of preparing the client to have enough self esteem to open up and talk about personal life goals in an honest way that will allow the board members to evaluate the arguments thoughtfully.
If a client is honest with Attorney Tina Sypek D'Amato, she is able to spell out scenarios most likely to lead to favorable outcomes after a conviction leading to jail time or a prison sentence including probation, parole, criminal pardon, or clemency.
As someone with personally gained knowledge of the challenges of addiction and substance abuse, Tina empathizes with clients who have gotten in trouble with the law primarily because of a drug or alcohol problem.
Allow Tina to hear your story and share suggestions on the best path forward. Your sentence may be the motivator needed to turn your life around for good. When Tina advocates for you, she will defend your Constitutional rights every step of the way, and aggressively pursue the most beneficial outcome: a criminal pardon or clemency.
Contact the Law Office of Tina Sypek D'Amato by phone or email to schedule a free consultation regarding life after jail time or a prison sentence.