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Archive for Parole Review & Application

Getting Out of Jail Early: The Difference Between Parole and Pardons in Texas

Getting Out of Jail Early: The Difference Between Parole and Pardons in Texas

  • December 18th, 2019
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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Are you currently spending each day repetitively and obsessively thinking about life on the outside? You’re far from alone.  For most, spending your entire jail sentence behind bars causes irreversible trauma to both your psyche and your body. That’s why…

Parole Panel Voting Options in Texas

Parole Panel Voting Options in Texas

  • September 19th, 2019
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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Are you or a loved one serving time in a Texas jail or prison? After months or years of incarceration, the potential for a parole hearing is welcomed news. Having a successful parole hearing could mean the difference between being…

Factors that Determine an Offender’s Chances for Being Granted Parole in Texas

Factors that Determine an Offender’s Chances for Being Granted Parole in Texas

  • July 24th, 2019
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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The Texas Board of Paroles and Pardons determines whether or not offenders in the state’s prisons are eligible for parole. They do not make these decisions lightly. They weigh the criteria for parole carefully before issuing an official decision on…

Working with Your Parole Officer after Your Release

Working with Your Parole Officer after Your Release

  • April 3rd, 2019
  • The Law Office of Greg Tsioros
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When you are granted parole from prison, you have a unique opportunity to serve out the remainder of your sentence in the community. Between the time you are released until your sentence ends, you will be on parole. As a…

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