What Questions Do You Have?

Periodically, we ask our readers to let us know what they really want to see. We’re doing it again now.

Texas paroles and applying for a parole involve many different areas of the law, psychology, and facts of the case. We analyze a huge amount of data each day to determine what laws may have changed as well as how people, such as the voting members of the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, view different information.

At some point we are going to offer video classes, some free, some paid, dealing with preparing for a parole.

Until that time, please drop us an email at parolenow@texasparolenow.com  or use our Contact Us page and let us know what you would like to see on the website, how the parole application/process worked in your particular case, and what areas you need help with.

We are here for you. Just tell us what you need.

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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.