No. Only permanent residents can be granted citizenship.
If your question is about being granted permanent residence, then you're going to have to clarify whether you're asking about a person who was arrested or a person who was convicted, and also what particular charge you're talking about - otherwise, your question (which I believe I've seen asked before) is really too vague to answer here with anything more than "maybe". Good luck!
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Depending on the circumstances, yes it is possible. And yes, not only have I seen it, I have done it before.
Regardless, of whether I did, It might happen if this is what you want to know.
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Illegal immigrants are never eligible to file for citizenship.
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