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HOUSTON PAROLE PACKETS
AND PAROLE
REVOCATION ATTORNEY

    If you are eligible for parole, the Houston-based criminal defense firm DeBorde Law Firm can help you. Attorney Nicole DeBorde has years of experience helping individuals prepare packets for parole hearings and avoid parole revocation.

    Contact us in Houston regarding your parole eligibility and parole packet preparation. You can reach us 24 hours a day, seven days a week by fax or e-mail or fax.


    What is a Parole Packet?

    A parole packet (or parole package) is a collection of materials used to demonstrate to a parole board why an inmate is worth the risk of letting out on parole.


    Respected and Responsive Parole Hearing Representation

    At the DeBorde Law Firm, we prepare parole packets customized to highlight your specific, unique strengths. We request an in-person or telephone interview with voting parole board members and assist you in compiling a parole packet to demonstrate the stable life and environment that awaits you upon release. When complete, a typical parole packet will include:


    • A letter from the inmate

    • A letter from a prospective employer confirming work that's awaiting the inmate

    • Letters from friends and family to indicate a support system

    • Support letters related to housing, transportation and other necessities on the "outside"

    • Background information that portrays good behavior

    Ms. DeBorde has a wealth of experience helping Texans just like you prepare parole packets and handling appearances at hearings before the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. Because of the importance of these proceedings, she often counsels that you start preparing as much as one year in advance of your hearing.


    Parole Rules Violations

    Obedience of parole conditions is critical. If you've been charged with parole supervision rules violations, something called a "blue warrant" could be issued. Typically, no bail is available for a blue warrant. Attorney Nicole DeBorde can represent you at the subsequent parole hearing, where alleged violations will be thoroughly reviewed.


    Parole Revocation

    We assist clients who face parole revocation, providing passionate advocacy to avoid further incarceration. Typical grounds for revocation are:


    • Initial ineligibility

    • An arrest while on parole

    • A violation of a condition of release

    • Evidence of behavior that reflects a continuing danger to society

    At the DeBorde Law Firm, we want you to be able to avoid parole revocation if at all possible.


    Contact the DeBorde Law Firm in Houston

    Lawyer and founder Nicole DeBorde wants to hear about your approaching parole eligibility or the details of your parole revocation. For valuable assistance from an experienced parole lawyer and former district attorney, call us today for a free consultation at 713-526-6300. You can also reach us 24 hours a day, seven days a week by fax or e-mail. Se habla español.

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