Yes, the Texas Parole Board does have the power to change its vote.  Although, it is rare it is possible to be granted parole by the Parole Board and then have that vote taken away.  This generally occurs when the Parole Board receives new information that causes them to reconsider their vote.  An example of one way this can happen is if an offender receives a new disciplinary case.

            If you or a loved one is going to be going through the parole process you may have a lot of questions about how it works and what you can do to help.  Please feel free to call us any time and an experienced Texas parole attorney will answer your questions and be available to explain how we may be able to assist.


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