Free E-Book – Understanding the Texas Parole Process

Our e-book Understanding the Texas Parole Process  is now available for immediate download on the website that handles our distribution, To make it even better we have decided to offer it for free!

You will still walk through the same process as if you were buying a book so don't be rattled by that, but the price on the book will be set at $0.00.

Please note, this book explains how the Texas Parole process works. It addresses the system, some things the offender can do to make parole more likely, and what someone can expect from the system.

The free book does not explain how to prepare a parole packet and doesn't provide the forms. Those will still be for sale in both digital and printed form for our regular low price and through the same website.

Understanding the Texas Parole Process can be an invaluable aid and covers what offenders can expect from the first day they enter the system all the way through their actual parole when they walk out of the gates a (mostly) free person.

We decided to do this free book because we have discovered that many people who need to be familiar with parole aren't and don't know where to go to find information.

Again, the free book, Understanding the Texas Parole Process is available at this link and our book on How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet is for sale at this link for the digital/e-book version and this link for the bundle containing the printed book and the e-book. We can still send the printed version of How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet into the prison so the potential parolee can work on the packet from inside while you use the digital book to prepare the packet on the outside!

About the Author

Lawyer X
Lawyer X is the pen name of a former attorney who now spends all of his time writing and consulting. While in practice he was involved in both criminal and civil trials across the United States, including picking or helping to pick juries in hundreds of civil and criminal cases. In addition to his work as a trial lawyer, Lawyer X wrote articles, lectured at continuing legal education seminars, and was active in the legal community in many ways. He maintains anonymity now so that he can provide knowledge from inside and express honest opinions and viewpoints that other members of the legal community would just as soon weren't shared.