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Attorney Representation for Prisoners Reviewed by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

The Law Office of Paul A. Hampel
1202 Hallmark #201 San Antonio, TX 78216, Office Phone: (210) 375-7526
Toll Free: 1-888-707-2765 (1-888-70-PAROLE), Email:
[email protected]

Cases in Review and Cases Reviewed
Under House Bill (HB) 1433



Because I am efficient and stay completely on top of my caseload I am able to accept cases in review at all units around the State of Texas. When a client hires me who is already in review it does limit some of the documents I am able to request. I generally find that this does little to compromise the overall quality of such cases in the review process. And while it is ideal to hire me prior to the review process, because of my free follow-up policy (see Free Follow-Up Presentations) it generally makes sense for clients to hire me at their earliest convenience regardless of the current stage of their case.

Many prisoners eligible for Discretionary Mandatory Supervision receive a letter that indicates they are being reviewed for discretionary review under HB 1433 after receiving a serve-all vote. This means the person receiving one of these letters is being reviewed for Discretionary Mandatory Supervision. Cases occurring after September 1, 1996 with a Mandatory Supervision date are subject to this review at the discretion of the parole board. Prisoners usually are interviewed two to three months after receiving their 1433 letter from the parole board and their cases are voted a few weeks after they are interviewed on the unit.

Few attorneys are organized or experienced enough to accept a case when the client is already in review. My office routinely accepts cases in review. My experience and individualized service allows me to move on these cases fast enough to create thorough presentations in a short period of time. I generally see my 1433 clients in less than a month and I try to have their written presentations completed in less than two months.

I welcome the opportunity to assist these prisoners. These are often Driving While Intoxicated, drug or theft cases with manageable sentences. I believe, many of these prisoners benefit from a proper explanation of their criminal history combined with an emphasis on institutional adjustment and family support.

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