Ohio Lawyer for Parole Representation
If you or your loved one has been convicted of a crime, we understand that he or she would like to be back at home as soon as possible. As experienced criminal defense firm, we recommend you work with an attorney long before a parole board hearing.
It can be helpful to receive counsel from a legal professional who knows and understands how the criminal defense and parole process works.
Attorney Eric Allen at The Law Office of Eric J. Allen, Ltd. is skilled in representing clients at parole board hearings. Contact us for a free initial consultation in our Columbus, Ohio, law offices. Call toll free 866-487-6044 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
How to Earn Parole
Since parole is a privilege, not a right, it must be earned. Typically clients who earn the right to appear before a parole board have done a number of things right.
They are following positive rules of conduct and staying out of trouble.
They are bettering themselves by participating in drug, alcohol or similar programs.
It's important to prove to the court that you are working to improve yourself and become a better citizen. Attorney Eric Allen represents clients at parole board hearings, presenting evidence which highlights achievements and progress towards meeting personal goals.
Next Steps in Parole Representation
If parole is denied, we petition the parole board to reconsider its decision. If that fails, attorney Eric Allen is glad to work with you to help you qualify next time.
The Law Office of Eric J. Allen, Ltd., can also handle matters of post-release control, for clients who have been convicted of crimes with serious sentences.
Attorney Eric Allen focuses on criminal defense and only criminal defense. He has a track record of success in post-conviction relief and parole concerns, skills he can put to work for you.
Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
Lawyer Eric Allen is committed to provide excellent access to his clients. That is why you can call toll free 866-487-6044 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The initial consultation is free, and there is no obligation.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment in our Columbus, Ohio, law offices.