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What prison unit do offenders get released from for parole in Texas?

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    In Texas if the Board of Pardons and Paroles votes to release an inmate from TDCJ on parole or mandatory supervision they will be released from one of six regional release units.  Prior to these facilities opening all men were released from Huntsville no matter where their current unit was located nor where they had been approved to live upon their release.  This led to costly transportation costs for both the state and the families picking up loved ones.  As a result they opened four additional release facilities across the state.  Female offenders still pass through the Crain Unit in Gatesville.  Male offenders may be released from the Huntsville Unit, the Clements Unit in Amarillo, the Robertson Unit in Abilene, Hutchins State Jail near Dallas, or the McConnel Unit in Beeville.  Higher risk offenders will still be released from the Huntsville Unit.  Prior to the inmates release you will be able to obtain all the specifics for when and where you should be.

    If you are reading this you either have already been given good news in regards to a friend or loved one’s parole or you have someone who will be eligible for parole and are doing everything to prepare.  We are experienced Texas parole lawyers who work in prison units across the state helping offenders obtain a positive parole vote.  We take pride in always being available to answer your questions and doing a thorough job learning the specifics about the offender, the circumstances that led to their incarceration, the changes they have undergone, and their plans if paroled.  We use that information to give the parole board a comprehensive picture of the offender along with the reasons why they are a good candidate for parole.  If you have any questions regarding our parole practice please fill out a secure online contact form and an experienced Texas parole lawyer will call you shortly.  Our offices are in Houston but we represent inmates across the state and help families in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, McAllen, Fort Worth, and numerous other cities across the state.