Q In Texas, who decides if my parole is revoked?
If a blue warrant has been issued for your arrest you are in danger of being sent back to prison. A parole panel will decide if your parole is revoked and you are sent back to prison.
If you are in danger of having your parole revoked you have rights. You have a right to a hearing and the right to have a lawyer defend you. It is our advice that you should never waive these rights. At the hearing you, or your lawyer, can review any evidence they claim to have against you, cross-examine witnesses, present favorable witnesses and favorable evidence. If the hearing officer determines that there is sufficient evidence that you violated a condition of your parole we will be prepared to make a strong argument why your parole should be continued.
If you, or a loved one, are in danger of having your parole revoked in Houston, Galveston, Fort Bend, Angleton, Conroe or any other surrounding city or county please call us at 713-651-1444. We are experienced Texas parole lawyers who have represented countless numbers of parolees at parole hearings. It is our experience that the decision to have a hearing and present a strong case in your favor can greatly impact the outcome. Please fill out an online contact form and an experienced Texas parole attorney will contact you shortly.