PAROLE REPRESENTATION > Registered Texas Parole Attorney
Ed Cox and Tate Roush of The Cox Law Firm, PLLC are qualified and registered with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice as a Texas Parole Attorneys.
In eight years of representing clients in parole hearings, Ed Cox’s average approval rate is nearly TWICE the approval rate of the parole board. Each parole case is unique and is considered and voted by the parole board independently based on the specific factual and legal circumstances of each case. Ed’s past success is no indicator or guaranty of success for any client regardless of the similarity to past successful matters.
Ed and Tate are knowledgeable, available, communicate with their clients and their loved ones, and craft parole plans tailored to the facts, circumstances, opportunities and aspirations of each client. Through our work for our clients, we seek to maximize their prospects of being granted the privilege of parole at the earliest possible date.
The experienced Texas parole attorneys at Cox Law Firm have a good understanding of the static and dynamic factors, the risk assessment instrument, and other material information considered by the parole board, and we put that understanding to good use in presenting comprehensive and compelling parole plans to the lead voter of the parole panel deciding our client’s parole case. Call us immediately to answer your questions and begin our work fighting for your loved one’s freedom and early release from prison on parole.
Experience & Knowledge
Cox Law Firm has the experience and knowledge to work through the obstacles that arise in parole cases. Ed Cox can be reached by phone at (817) 510-2811. Tate Roush can be reached by phone at (817) 510-2818. You may also send us a message through our contact form.
What we do for you…
If you hire Cox Law Firm, our experienced Texas parole attorneys will:
- Communicate with family and friends;
- Obtain a copy of their criminal history and personal information profile;
- Work with them to develop a personal evaluation statement;
- Coordinate and obtain support letters;
- Help them obtain an approved parole address or half-way house;
- Determine future employment opportunities;
- Obtain TDCJ documentation and certificates supporting parole;
- Prepare and submit a written parole package to the Parole Board;
- Argue for their immediate release with the Parole Board;
- Track release process when parole is granted.