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Call us for a free consultation about Texas Parole.

    As Texas Parole attorneys we represent offenders before the San Antonio Parole Board.  We have made presentation to the San Antonio Parole Board with witnesses on numerous occasions.  Although they are not required to by law the Board Member and Commissioners have been very accommodating for meetings and we believe that an in person meeting with the lead voter is the most effective way to represent an offender.

    If you have a loved one who is incarcerated and will be going before the San Antonio Parole Board please call us on our toll free number 888-661-5030 or fill out an online contact form for a free consultation so that we can explain our services and what we can do to help.  The parole process can be confusing and daunting for both the offender and their support system and we believe in always being available to answer questions.  We meet with the offender numerous times, review their criminal history and court documents and learn as much as we can about them and their support system in order to present the parole board with a complete picture of the offender, why they are an excellent candidate for parole and why they will be successful if granted parole.

    Currently, the Board Member in San Antonio is Juanita Gonzales and the Parole Commissioners are Chuck Speier and Anthony Ramirez.  They decide whether to grant or deny parole to offenders in the Briscoe Unit, Connally Unit, Cotulla Transfer Facility, Dominguez State Jail, Garza Ease, Garza West, Glossbrenner, Lopez State Jail, McConnel, Ney State Jail, Segovia, Stevenson, Torres and the Willacy County State Jail.

    Offices are in Houston and our parole practice takes us across the state of Texas.  We represent offenders with families in Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, Austin, McAllen, Fort Worth and other cities across State on Texas parole matters.

 

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