REVOCATION OF PAROLE
A parole revocation hearing is a hearing before a hearing officer to address whether the defendant violated a condition of his parole. If the hearing officer is reasonably satisfied that the defendant violated his parole, the hearing officer may make recommendation to the parole board to send him back to prison, send him to an intermediate sanction facility (ISF), or reinstate him on parole with added conditions, etc. It really depends on the seriousness of the alleged violation as to whether he goes back to prison.
You have a right to an attorney at the parole revocation hearing, but the state is only required to provide an attorney for representation under limited circumstances. To best protect your rights, you must hire your own attorney to represent you.
At the Law Office of David P Ward, Mr. Ward has over 28 years experience, and an excellent success rate defending parole revocation in Houston, Texas. No attorney can guarantee success, but finding one experienced and knowledgeable is crucial to giving you your best chance. At the Law Office of David P Ward, Mr. Ward will represent you zealously, evaluate your revocation of parole case and put you in the best position to win your case and receive a favorable outcome.