Parole Representation

Parole is the conditional release of an inmate from incarceration before the completion of their sentence. Parole is a privilege, not a right, and inmates must meet certain criteria in order to be eligible for parole. These criteria vary from state to state, but they typically include having served a certain amount of time in prison, demonstrating good behavior in prison, and having a plan for reintegration into society.

Attorney Solomon can help you understand the parole process, prepare for your parole hearing, and advocate for your release on parole. In the initial consultation your may learn more about the attorney’s experience, fees, and success rate. You also learn more about the attorney’s philosophy on parole and her approach to parole hearings.

Here are some things to keep in mind if you are considering hiring a parole attorney:

  • Parole attorneys are familiar with the parole process and the criteria that must be met for parole. They can help you understand the process and the criteria, and they can advise you on how to meet the criteria.
  • Parole attorneys can represent you at your parole hearing. They can present evidence in support of your release on parole, and they can argue on your behalf.
  • Parole attorneys can help you negotiate with the parole board. They can try to get the parole board to release you on parole, or they can try to get the parole board to reduce your parole supervision requirements.

Hiring a parole attorney is a big decision, but it can be a wise decision if you are serious about getting parole. A good parole attorney can give you the best chance of being released on parole and successfully reintegrated into society.