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Criminal Defense Attorney: Defending the Rights of the Accused and the Incarcerated

    The Texas Parole Process can be confusing and stressful for those trying to understand the process and find out what they can do to help a loved one who is incarcerated.  An important part of our job as parole lawyers is explaining the parole process to our clients and explaining our services.  As Topek and Topek an attorney is always available to answer your questions or discuss your case.  We will speak frankly with you about the strengths and weaknesses of your case.  If we are hired we work closely with our client and their family to present the Texas Parole Board with the strongest arguments available why an offender will be a successful parolee and does not pose a risk to the community.

    There are numerous questions that we routinely answer and as a result we have dedicated a large portion of our website to explaining parole related matters and answering parole related questions.  We have also written a booklet that explains the parole process.  Below are many of the most commonly asked questions about Texas Parole.


When will an offender be eligible for parole?

What is a 3(g) offense?

What Parole office will decide my parole part 1 and part 2?

What is an institutional parole officer?

What is a lead voter?

What are the parole guidelines?

How does parole make their decision?

What does a parole lawyer do?

When should I hire a parole lawyer?


    You can search our website for answers to other questions you may have.  If you can not find the answer to a question you have or you want to ask questions about our services feel free to fill out an online contact form or call us at 888-661-5030.