Wisconsin Governor Grants 13 Pardons, Total 157 Pardons

Wisconsin Governor Grants 13 Pardons, Total 157 Pardons

MADISON, WI (STL.News) Gov. Tony Evers announced today that he has granted another 13 pardons.  The governor’s Pardon Advisory Board heard from applicants virtually on Feb. 12, 2021.  Applicants whom the Board recommended for pardon were given to Gov. Evers for final consideration.  To date, the governor has granted 157 pardons.
“Through a pardon, an individual is given the opportunity to make amends and give back to their community and our state,” said Gov. Evers. “It continues to be extraordinary listening to the stories of so many who have paid their debt and deserve a second chance.  Today, I am glad to be able to grant these 13 pardons.”

Gov. Evers granted pardons to the following people:

  • Brenton Bach was in his early twenties when he sold marijuana to a friend working as an undercover informant.  Living now in Mount Horeb, he is trained and eager to chart a career path in coding.
  • Samuel Cantrall was a teenager when he and a friend committed a series of thefts, burglaries, and damage to property.  Now in his 50s, he lives with his family in Bloomer and has maintained employment in construction and manufacturing.

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