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Attorney Advice For A Prisoner's On Unit Parole Interview

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    Listmembers, The following is an example of the free parole advice available at: http://www.lawyertexasparole.com Unit Interview Advice For Your Loved One The
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      Listmembers,
      The following is an example of the free parole advice available at:
      http://www.lawyertexasparole.com
      Unit Interview Advice For Your Loved One
      The following is some basic advice I recommend to offenders regarding their
      on unit interview with Parole Personnel:When you visit with Parole provide
      honest and accurate answers to his questions. Emphasize your commitment to
      your rehabilitation and your ability to live a fulfilling life consistent
      with any restrictions that the Board may require. Do not complain about
      prison conditions or provide excuses for prior crimes. It is better to be
      remorseful about prior mistakes and focused on your future as a law abiding
      parolee. Do not say that you will not return to prison because prison is a
      tough place or that it has been hard to be away from friends or family.
      Consider focusing on your work skills and the things that you have been
      taught in your classes in stead. Your institutional adjustment results from
      the life skills and work skills you learn more than the punishment you have
      experienced in prison.When discussing your family and friends emphasize their
      stability and examples of their support and good character. How often do they
      visit? What community activities do they participate in? Are they involved in
      place of worship, community or volunteer projects? Are they educated? Where
      do they work and for how long have they been working there? How long have
      they lived at their current parole address? How long have they been married?
      Hope this information helps.
      Best wishes,
      Paul A. Hampel
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      www.lawyertexasparole.com
      and to get free Texas parole information from an experienced Texas parole
      attorney e-mail:
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      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TDCJ-Parole/
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      legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding
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