What 2019 Holds for Texas Parole Now

2019 will be a great year. We anticipate the release of two new books and a 2019 update on How To Prepare a Texas Parole Packet.

A Decrease in Budget is a Factor in More Texas Paroles Being Granted

Decrease Budget a Factor in More Paroles Being Granted

The number of granted Texas paroles are increasing due to decreased budget and public sentiment towards alternatives to incarceration.

Former Sheriff Appointed to Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

A. D’Wayne Jernigan swearing in ceremony.

Former Val Verde County Sheriff, A. D’Wayne Jernigan, was appointed to the Board of Pardons and Paroles for a term set to expire on February 1, 2019.

Another Criminal Probe Into Texas Prison Workers Falsifying Disciplinary Records

Texas prison guards should wear a Dunce cap.

The OIG launched a criminal investigation into two Telford Unit workers falsifying official prison records preventing inmates from attending hearings.

Texas Inmates Graduate! Thank You For Donating Your Caps and Gowns!

Texas Inmates Graduate at Neil Unit

Thanks to the generous donations of our readers, 74 Texas inmates were able to graduate in traditional caps and gowns.

Prison Sergeant Pleads Guilty to Planting Screwdriver But Will Not Face Jail Time

Prison Official Plants Screwdriver in Inmate's Cell

Former Texas prison official pleads guilty to third-degree felony tampering charge for planting screwdrivers in an inmate’s cell, receives no jail time.

Texas Inmate Denied Medical Treatment for Flesh-Eating Bacteria Files Lawsuit

Micrograph of Flesh Eating Bacteria

A Texas inmate denied adequate medical treatment for a deadly flesh-eating bacteria has filed a lawsuit against TDCJ.

Merry Christmas …and Don’t Forget Those Inside!

We want to wish our readers a Happy Holiday season and to thank you for taking the time to read our articles and buy our books.

Texas to Provide 3D Printed Dentures to Inmates

Beginning in the Spring of 2019, the Texas prison system will start providing inmates with missing teeth 3D-printed dentures.

Still Time to Order Our Parole Book for Christmas!

The one thing that prisoners have is plenty of time and not enough to do to fill it. In addition, the holiday season is particularly hard since it really drives home the fact they are missing from their loved ones.

Christmas and Holidays in a Texas Prison

Now that Turkey Day is over, everyone is now busy shopping with the retailers playing Christmas music, decorating their stores, and doing everything possible to get you into the holiday spirit but inside the prisons it is just another endless

Neil Unit Needs Caps and Gowns for Graduating Inmates

Donations are being accepted for graduation caps and gowns for 64 graduating inmates at TDCJ's Neil Unit.

Texas Prison Supervisor Resigns After Inmate Accesses Internet Porn

A Food Services Manager at the Wallace Pack Unit resigned after allegedly allowing an inmate access to pornographic images on a computer.

Six Inmates Injured After Texas Prison Transport Van Crashes

Six inmates and two Texas law enforcement deputies were injured in an accident after their prison transport van was in was involved in a collision and burst into flames. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the accident happened at the