What Happens at the Parole Eligibility Date?
What happens on an inmate’s parole eligibility date? Basically nothing. The parole eligibility dates is not the date the parole board will decide whether or not to grant parole, it means the inmate can be released at any time after that date. Every inmate, except those serving life without parole or sentenced to death, is issued a parole eligibility date upon arrival and/or after their last parole denial. This date can be revised by Texas Department of Criminal Justice depending upon the amount of “good time” earned or lostRead More
How to Help Someone During the Parole Review Process
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 of parole being granted. However, even if you don't want to go to that time and expense, you can still help. One of the most important items contained in the Texas parole packet are support letters. These letters can come from friends, families, employers, or acquaintances. Their purpose is toRead More