In Texas the Board of Pardons and Paroles decides who is granted parole.  The Board is composed of seven board members and twelve commissioners.  There are six regional parole offices.  At each regional office there is one board member two commissioners.  The majority of offenders will have their case decide by a parole panel consisting of the one board member and two commissioners at the regional parole office.  For a vote to be final two of the voters must be in agreement.

    We are experienced Texas Parole Board Attorneys and have been before each of the regional parole boards.  If you or a loved is incarcerated and you have question about the Texas Parole Board or the parole process in Texas please call us on our toll free number 888-661-5030 or fill out an online contact form.  Given the large volume of cases the parole board decides on a weekly basis we believe it is beneficial for offenders to have an advocate making the strongest case that the offender is ready for parole and will be successful on parole in Texas.  We practice parole law in Houston, parole law in Dallas, parole law in Austin, parole in San Antonio and other cities across the State.

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