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Archive for Parole Representation

What Is Parole In Absentia (PIA)?

What Is Parole In Absentia (PIA)?

  • August 26th, 2021
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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When you are serving time in prison, you may welcome the opportunity to be released early and get back out into regular society. However, if your parole hearing is being held in another place away from where you are being…

What Crimes Are Eligible for Parole in Texas?

What Crimes Are Eligible for Parole in Texas?

  • April 20th, 2021
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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Not everyone will become eligible for parole once they are incarcerated. It depends on several factors, including what they are in prison for. The Correctional Institutions Divisions Records Office of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) calculates parole eligibility….

Advice for First-Time Prisoners

Advice for First-Time Prisoners

  • April 4th, 2021
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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You were convicted of a crime, and now you are going to prison. It’s a different world, one that has been distorted by popular media and is utterly alien to anyone who has never been incarcerated or worked in the…

What You Need to Know About Super-Intensive Supervision Programs (SISPs)

What You Need to Know About Super-Intensive Supervision Programs (SISPs)

  • October 28th, 2020
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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Prisons are breeding grounds for infectious diseases like COVID-19. According to officials, thousands of Texas inmates tested positive for the virus back in July. In some Texas facilities, more than 25% of the imprisoned inmates were sick with COVID-19. As…

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