Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I Expect At My Parole Hearing

Why Do I Need to Hire a Lawyer?

The parole process can appear to be very simple.  However, it has been our experience that there are numerous factors that go into the Board’s decision making it a much more complicated process.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HIRE A LAWYER.  But attorney representation may increase your chances of making parole.   If you go without a lawyer, the Board is in more control of the amount of time which you have to present your case.  You may only have three or four minutes in front of the Board.  It is not their intent to limit your time.  However, they generally have about 100 cases to hear on a non-violent day and about 75 cases on a violent day.  So time is very important.  What you want to do is maximize the use of the time you are provided.

We have been providing representation to inmates for over 28 years and have appeared before the Board in over 1,000 parole hearings.

If we are retained the following services will be provided: