When the parole board is reviewing an offender’s case they will see the offenders complete criminal history.  If a plea agreement was reached where one or more cases were dismissed they will see all the charges and have information relating to each of them.  Additionally, they will have information about the offender’s prior criminal history including previous periods of community supervision.

    Offenders and their families are sometimes surprised to learn this because some say that one of the reasons they took the plea agreement was that they believed it would increase the likelihood of parole.  An important part of our job as Texas parole lawyers is to do a thorough review of an offender’s criminal history and current offense and gain an understanding of what happened in each instance.  It our belief that to convince the parole board that an offender is ready for parole it is necessary to face the negatives.  If you or loved one will be eligible for parole and you are interested in helping please call us on our toll free number 888-661-5030 or fill out an online contact form and an experienced Texas parole lawyer will contact you shortly.  Our parole practice takes us across the State of Texas and we have represented offenders with families in Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, Houston. San Antonio, McAllen and other cities around the state.

Seth Topek
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