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Parole Lawyer in Waco

Understanding the Parole Process in Texas

Being granted parole can be a crucial step towards regaining your freedom after a conviction. At Milam & Fanning, PLLC, our experienced parole lawyers in Waco are dedicated to helping individuals navigate the complex parole process in Texas.

Here are some key points to understand about the parole process:

  1. Eligibility for Parole: The eligibility for parole in Texas varies depending on the offense. Our parole lawyers can assess your case and determine when you may be eligible for parole.
  2. 3G Offenses and Parole: 3G offenses, which include certain violent crimes, have specific requirements for parole eligibility. We can provide guidance on when a 3G offense may be eligible for parole.
  3. Requirements for Parole: The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles considers various factors when determining parole eligibility, including the nature of the offense, the individual's behavior while incarcerated, and the individual's plans for reintegration into society. Our legal team can help you understand and meet these requirements.
  4. Advocating for Your Parole: Our dedicated criminal defense attorneys will work tirelessly to advocate for your parole. We will gather evidence, present persuasive arguments, and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process.

At Milam & Fanning, PLLC, we are committed to helping you regain your freedom and rebuild your life. Contact us today to discuss your parole case and let our legal team guide you through the process.


Are you interested in seeking parole? Call Milam & Fanning, PLLC, today at (254) 237-5602 or contact us online to get started! 


When are you Eligible for Parole in Texas?

For non-3g offenses, Texas inmates may be eligible for parole if their good conduct time plus their actual time served equals one-fourth of the original sentence. Thus, if a person is awarded "good conduct" time every single day that they are in prison, he or she should become eligible for parole after approximately one-eighth of their sentence.

When is a 3G Offense Eligible for Parole in Texas?

If an inmate is serving a prison sentence for an offense listed under Section 3(g) of Chapter 42.12 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, then he or she must serve at least half of that sentence before becoming eligible for parole.

Being eligible for parole is no guarantee that an inmate will actually receive parole. There are numerous factors that will be considered by the Board of Pardons and Parole. Having a skilled Waco parole attorney on your side can make a considerable difference in many cases.

What are the Requirements for Parole in Waco?

Once parole is granted, you will need to abide by certain conditions, or risk having parole revoked and your original sentence imposed. These conditions may include:

  • Living at an approved residence
  • Maintaining employment
  • Reporting to your parole officer, usually on a monthly basis
  • Not using drugs or alcohol
  • Staying away from known criminals or criminal activity
  • Not owning or possessing a firearm
  • Committing no new crimes

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Understanding the Consequences of Violating Parole

Violating parole can have serious consequences and can result in being sent back to prison. It is important to understand the potential outcomes and the steps you can take to protect your freedom. At Milam & Fanning, PLLC, our experienced parole lawyers in Waco can provide you with the guidance and representation you need.

When you violate parole, you may face:

  • Revocation of parole
  • Return to prison
  • Additional penalties

Our dedicated legal team will work tirelessly to defend your rights and help you navigate the parole violation process. We will analyze the circumstances surrounding your violation, gather evidence, and present a strong case on your behalf. Our goal is to minimize the consequences you may face and fight for your freedom.

Contact Milam & Fanning, PLLC today to schedule a consultation and let us help you understand your options and protect your rights.

Let Our Parole Attorneys Help you Get Out of Prison

At Milam & Fanning, PLLC, our lawyers represent individuals in McLennan County who are seeking parole. Let us listen to your story and explain your options in a consultation. If you are eligible for parole, we will fight to help you get out of prison and on with your life.


Contact Milam & Fanning, PLLC, today for a consultation!


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Let us Help you Get Out of Prison

At Milam & Fanning, PLLC, our lawyers represent individuals in McLennan County who are seeking parole. Let us listen to your story and explain your options in a consultation. If you are eligible for parole, we will fight to help you get out of prison and on with your life.