Spending Mother’s Day in Prison

This Mother’s Day, more than 10,000 of the 12,500 female inmates incarcerated in Texas are mothers and will spend Mother’s Day away from their children. 

While every mother that is inside wants nothing more than to be released, if that’s not possible then the next thing they want is to know the people on the outside still love them and care about her.

Spending Mother’s Day in prison is pretty tough on both the mom inside as well as the kids on the outside. We urge you to visit the mom not only to help her keep her spirits up but also for the benefit of the children and to keep the family unit together as much as possible.

It’s not too late to start working on their parole packet and to send them a copy of our book How to Prepare a Texas Parole Packet.   In our book, we discuss the various parts of the packet with easy step-by-step instructions. Our book How To Prepare a Texas Parole Packet is available as an automatic download or as a download and printed copy which can be sent to a prison.

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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.