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Conroe Parole Lawyer

Conroe parole lawyer

Professional Legal Help With Parole in Montgomery County

When a person is convicted of a crime, they may be sentenced to serve time in prison. This will remove them from society and ensure that they are held in a secure facility, and a person will also be encouraged to participate in rehabilitative programs, such as mental health treatment, the pursuit of education, and other activities meant to help them successfully reintegrate into their community after their sentence has been completed. In some cases, prisoners may be eligible for parole, which will allow them to be released before serving their full sentence. When addressing issues related to parole, a criminal defense attorney with experience in these types of cases can be an invaluable guide who can help a person demonstrate that they are eligible for early release.

The team at Pullan & Young assists with multiple issues related to criminal law, and in addition to defending clients during criminal trials, we can address a variety of post-conviction matters. We represent prisoners in cases involving the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, we can also help pursue appeals or file writs of habeas corpus for those who wish to question the constitutionality of a criminal conviction. We provide effective representation for those who have been convicted, advising them on the options that may allow them to be released.

Legal Help With Matters Related to Parole

Nearly everyone who has been convicted of a crime in Texas and sentenced to prison will be eligible for parole at some point, and parole eligibility dates are calculated based on the nature of an offense and any statutory requirements that apply. The only exceptions include people on death row, those who have been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, and people in other specific situations. However, being eligible for parole does not mean that a person will actually be granted parole and be released from prison. Prisoners will need to follow the correct procedures when addressing issues related to parole to ensure that they will be treated fairly and receive the best chance of an early release.

Our attorneys can assist with multiple issues related to parole, including:

  • Parole review - When a prisoner becomes eligible for parole, certain procedures will be followed, including an interview by an Institutional Parole Officer, a notice to victims and others involved in their case, and a review of their case by a Parole Panel. During this process, we can help prisoners understand the best steps to take to improve their chances of a positive outcome, and we can make sure the Parole Board will have all the necessary information to help them make a decision.
  • Mandatory release - People convicted of certain offenses will be able to receive mandatory supervision if the time they have served in prison and the "good conduct" time they have earned equals the total length of their sentence. We can help prisoners understand when they are eligible for mandatory supervision while also advising them of the restrictions that may apply to them after they are released.
  • Parole revocation - After being released from prison, a person will need to meet certain requirements. In some cases, parolees may be accused of violations of the terms of parole or probation, which could potentially result in the revocation of their parole. We can provide representation to those who have been accused of these violations, helping them take steps to avoid being returned to prison and ensuring that they can maintain success while living in their communities.

Contact Our Conroe, TX Parole Attorneys

Cases involving parole can be very complicated, and the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles will want to make sure a person demonstrates that they have been rehabilitated and that they will not present a threat to public safety. At Pullan & Young, we can provide legal help and representation to those who are up for parole or who are facing accusations of parole violations. Our goal is to help our clients reintegrate into their communities successfully while providing for themselves and their families. Contact us at 936-647-1540 to arrange a free consultation and learn how we can help with matters related to parole.

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