Criminal Appeals, Probation, and Parole Representation
Experienced Appellate and Writ Attorneys
After a decision has been made in a criminal trial by a judge or jury, the defendant has the right to have a ruling or guilty decision reviewed by an appellate court. This court has the authority to overturn the original determination if it finds that reversible and harmful errors were made by the original trial court. Contact Holmes, Moore, Waldron, & Parrish P.L.L.C. today for help.
There may be many grounds for an appeal or writ, which could include prosecutorial misconduct, procedural violations, ineffective assistance of counsel, constitutional violations, evidentiary issues, and more.
Deadlines for Filing an Appeal
There are strict deadlines for filing an appeal in the state of Texas. The amount of time you have to file an appeal will depend on many factors. It is important to contact an experienced attorney
By contacting an appellate attorney immediately after your trial has ended or the error occurred, you can ensure that these deadlines will be met and that your representation will begin right away. Our firm will help you understand your options and will be honest with you about your chances for success.
Experienced Texas Parole Representation Attorneys
The parole review process can be very intimidating, stressful and tiresome to those who are unfamiliar with the process. Watching as your loved one's case make its way through the maze of the Board of Pardons and Paroles Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice can be a very long and ever-changing, complex process.
Attempting to ensure that your loved one receives fair treatment from the Board in many cases involves hiring a competent attorney to try to guide and present your loved one in a favorable light before the Parole Review Board.
The attorneys at Holmes, Moore, Waldron, & Parrish P.L.L.C.
have successfully represented citizens before the Parole Board for many years and are experienced advocates for imprisoned citizens seeking relief. Our firm also handles parole revocations. Contact us
Today for a
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If you are on probation and you become aware of a potential revocation being filed, contact our firm immediately. Often, once a motion to revoke is filed, you will be arrested and held without bond. It is essential to contact us
immediately when you become aware of potential problems. We have extensive experience in defending probation revocations.
Holmes, Moore, Waldron, & Parrish P.L.L.C. has 2 locations in Longview and Tyler, TX, so you're never far from the legal experience you need backed by an excellent reputation in East Texas.
We're available 24/7 for emergencies and are happy to serve those whose native language is Spanish. Call 903-758-2200 today and schedule your FREE initial consultation.