Is it possible for someone to be pardoned if they haven't been convicted or even charged with a crime?

  • Yes. Another famous example involves Canadian draft dodgers. – ohwilleke Nov 12 '16 at 6:15

The canonical example is Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon.

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