Brownwood Parole Attorneys Providing Dedicated Representation for Our Clients
Serving time in prison is not easy for a variety of reasons. Aside from the impact a conviction and prison sentence might have on your goals, aspirations, and prospects in the future, being without your loved ones for any period of time can be agonizing. That is why many inmates apply for parole when they have served the minimum required of their sentence. Being up for parole can give those who are eligible the chance to be released early from their sentence. However, not every person eligible for parole gets approved for it. Improving your chances of a successful parole review can make a world of difference in your or a loved one’s life. If you or someone you know needs legal representation for their parole review hearing, contact our law office as soon as possible so we can help. Tommy Adams has represented many clients over the years to give them a proper voice and a fighting chance to start their life again.
Can I Just Represent Myself in a Parole Hearing?
Contrary to popular belief, the inmate eligible for parole does not meet with the parole board face-to-face. Only those with over 20 years of being in prison get that opportunity. For others, the parole board simply relies on case files and reports. Hiring a parole lawyer can put a face on your case and help you successfully get the parole you deserve. People grow, even in tough places like in prison. You deserve to be treated fairly. You may not be the person you were when you committed your crime. Let us give you a voice during your parole hearing and give you the chance you need to start fresh.
What are the Benefits of Hiring a Parole Lawyer?
The parole process can be a very stressful one. Handling every aspect of your parole process on your own can be overwhelming. Hiring a parole lawyer can immediately benefit you in many ways. The legal guidance and advice of a parole lawyer cannot be understated. Learning about support letters, documents, and reports that the parole board reviews can help you gain insight into the dos and don’ts of your case. Our law office can help you devise a strong plan to increase your chances of a successful parole hearing. Writing letters to the parole board is a significant aspect of a parole hearing that a lawyer can help you with. Altogether, the immediate benefits of hiring a parole attorney can be worth it for you and your family. Contact us today so we can learn more about the specifics of your parole hearing.
What Can a Parole Lawyer Do for Me?
One of the primary duties of a parole lawyer is to provide the board with an actual person to connect to during the parole hearing. During the hearing, your parole lawyer from our law office can argue the merits of your case and why you should get parole. Mr. Adams will get to know you, talk with your friends and family, and put together a strong case on your behalf in order to get you the best results possible. Team up with our law office today to give yourself the best chance of starting fresh.
When Should I Reach Out to a Parole Attorney?
As soon as you or a loved one are close to being eligible for parole, reaching out to our law office can give you a jumpstart on your parole process. We can ensure that the documentation needed is filled out properly and filed correctly. Our law office can also assist and advise you and your family throughout the entire parole process. We will do whatever it takes to properly represent you during your hearing. Reach out to our law office at 325-643-9888 to learn more about the parole representation we can provide.