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

    The Texas Parole Board looks very closely at what an inmate does while incarcerated.  They also looks closely at what an offender does not do while incarnated.  One of the things the parole looks at is whether or not an offender participates in TDCJ-CID proposed or specialized programs.  This is one of reasons the board uses when justifying their decision to either approve or deny an offender for parole. 

    We advise our clients to sign up and complete as many classes as possible during their incarceration.  It shows that an offender is committed to using their time while incarcerated in as positive a manner as possible.  It is of utmost importance to take any courses recommended by TDCJ and to obtain a GED if the offender had not graduated high school.  We also recommend taking vocational or academic courses as they show that an offender is doing everything they can to obtain gainful employment once they are no longer incarcerated.

    As Texas Parole Lawyers we represent offenders through the Texas parole process.  We work hard to ensure that the parole board is given as many reasons as possible to parole an offender.  We begin by giving you an honest assessment of the case and what we believe our services can accomplish.  It is our belief that an offender deserves an advocate during this process and that an advocate can be beneficial to our clients.  We also believe it is beneficial to the Parole Board in that it provides them with information they may otherwise never see and enables them to make a fairer decision.


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