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

    I cannot speak for all Texas Parole Lawyer’s but we have travelled to units and Texas Parole Board offices across the State of Texas in order to represent our clients. We have travelled to units that are a three-hour drive from the closest airport in central Texas and have visited clients in the Valley.  Although our offices are in Houston we represent offenders located throughout the State of Texas and no matter where our clients are located we will visit with them as many times as is needed to properly represent them before the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.

    It is not possible to properly represent an offender before the Texas Parole Board without having face to face conversations with them.  The Texas Parole Board decides a large number of these cases every week and they receive a great deal of information about every offender.  We think it would be a disservice to simply send in boilerplate information and believe that the only way to make a persuasive presentation and create and in depth parole packet is to meet with the offender and the offender’s support system and loved ones.

    The basis of our packets and presentation is gaining a thorough and in depth understanding of our clients, this includes their criminal history, family history, drug and alcohol history and their plans if they are paroled.  We believe that this type of information can only come through conversations.  For instance, often after reading police reports we have additional questions that we need to discuss about the offense. 

    If you have a loved one who is incarcerated and you have questions about the parole process or what you can do to help them obtain parole please call us on our toll free number 888-661-5030 or fill out an online contact form.


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