Should You Waive A Parole Hearing?

by Richard Jones  - May 23, 2023

Should You Waive A Parole Hearing?

– RJ, Texas


You should never waive a parolee hearing. Even if you have a new prison sentence, you should not waive a hearing. A parole hearing is your only chance to get something positive about yourself in the record.

This is a chance to show that you are more than someone who just keeps violating the law.

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