Letter to the crown and the judge of the court

June 6, Re: Request for My Passport I would like to take this opportunity to show express remorse feelings for the regrettable event that led to the confiscation of my passport. I deeply regret getting involved in the scenario and, I look forward to a new beginning. I also acknowledge the disciplinary actions taken by your department in order to correct my ruined behaviour. The $ 10,000 bail and confiscation of my passport have been enough constraints on my life here in Canada. Despite the hardships that I have experienced from the two disciplinary actions, I have made a personal decision to live according to the laws of the country. Hence, I promise never to get involved in such scenario again.I believe that the main objective of your department is to offer correction although there are some aspects of punishments attached to it. However, I believe that you consider the corrective mandate of the department more than its disciplinary requirement. I also believe that you value offering support to people who value living a descent life or making efforts to correct their mistakes. Currently I rely on your support to enable me walk through the road of change. Getting back my passport from your department would be a paramount support that would enable me to achieve the change that I desire.I acknowledge the existence of fears that I might flee out of the country due to the trouble that I got involved. However, I would like to bring to your consideration that I have no any plans to flee the country. In addition, I am committed to go through the entire judicial process for the interest of my Canadian citizenship and the plaintiff. Canada is not only my county of residence but also my home. Although I was not born in Canada, I have lived in the country since I was eight year old. I have also received all my education in Canadian schools and therefore all my investments are in the country. Fleeing from Canada would be like going to another planet since all my friends and family live in Canada. In addition my father who has special value and love for the country has invested over $200, 000 for our family to acquire full Canadian citizenship. Currently I am in the last stage of acquiring a permanent residence card and therefore your assistance would be vital. I hope that my request and regrets would find a place of consideration in your honoured court. I also appreciate and honour the assistance that you will accord me through the release of my passport. Your assistance would go a long way in consoling my aged father, worried friends, family members and my college colleagues. I look forward to receiving the good news and progress on the issue from you soon. I promise that releasing the passport would be a sufficient factor that will provoke me to live a descent life. Sincerely Yours (Signature) Name