The 2017 Edition of our free ebook Understanding The Texas Parole Process is now available.
The West Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility close its doors by June 2 and will transfer roughly 270 inmates to the Rudd Unit.
In our free guide, Understanding the Texas Parole Process, we explain how the parole process works, important statistics, voting members of the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole, and the number of applications for parole they review each year.
Our newly, updated book for 2017 contains updated information concerning the parole board members, address changes, statistics and other pertinent information. In addition, the 2017 version also includes the updated scores used in the Parole Guidelines Calculator.
A thoroughly prepared parole packet should be submitted and be part of any parole consideration by the Texas Parole Board.
The process for parole begins at the sentencing. Parole eligibility is based on the sentence type, amount of time served, and good time accumulated.
Include parole support letters in your Texas Parole Packet to send to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to help increase the chances for parole.