The current law found in the Texas Government Code states that if there is a positive deadly weapon finding in the judgment an offender is not eligible for parole until they have served half of their sentence.  The law states that no offender serving a sentence for a case involving a deadly weapon will be eligible for parole before serving two calendar years.

    As experienced Texas Parole Lawyers we are often called with questions regarding parole eligibility and 3(g) cases.  If you have a loved one who is incarcerated and you have any questions about their Texas parole eligibility or how you can help them with Texas parole please call our toll free number 888-661-5030 or fill out an online contact form.  Our offices are in Houston but we practice parole law in Dallas, parole law in Austin, parole law in Odessa and many other parts of Texas.

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