Category Archives: Parole Process
Texas Parole Now offers two books: our free book Understanding the Texas Parole Process which explains how the Texas parole process works and our premium book How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet which how to create an effective
On the day the offender is to be paroled, the parolee will be taken to the nearest bus station with a bus voucher. The bus voucher allows the transport company to take the parolee to the bus station nearest
Now is the time to prepare a Texas parole packet. TexasParoleNow offers easy, step-by-step instructions on how to prepare a Texas Parole Packet.
The 2017 Edition of our free ebook Understanding The Texas Parole Process is now available.
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.
While we discuss this more thoroughly in our book, How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet, I just wanted to say a few words about how taking part in classes while incarcerated can potentially improve the chances of parole. GED
While the book we sell, How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet, is the bestselling one on Amazon and our website, this article is just to remind people we also have a free one available as well. Understanding the Texas
Parole Packets are a means by which the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole receive information about an inmate's rehabilitation, participation in educational classes, and character which are used to determine an offender's parole vote. A parole package is not
Of course, the best way to help someone is by sending them a copy of our book, How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet, which contains forms, instructions, and examples of all of the documents needed to increase the chances
Are you confused on how to create a parole packet for a loved one and don't know where to start? Why not let us help? Our book How To Prepare a Texas Parole Packet takes you step-by-step through the process
If an offender is denied parole, the offender is given either a Serve-All (SA) or a Next Review (NR) date. Next Review (NR) date vote means that the parole panel has decided the offender is not ready for parole but
Our e-book Understanding the Texas Parole Process is now available for immediate download on the website that handles our distribution, RebellionBooks.com. To make it even better we have decided to offer it for free! You will still walk through the same process