Parole Board Representation Lawyers
Depending upon the crime you are convicted of and your prior record, if you are convicted of or plead guilty to a crime in SC, you may become eligible for parole. If you are released on parole by SCPPP, you will be allowed to complete your prison sentence in the community.
Our parole attorneys can represent you in a hearing before the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS).
Being properly prepared for your parole hearing is extremely important. What you may not know is that the SCDPPPS staff conduct an investigation into each parole-eligible inmate as long as six months prior to your scheduled hearing. The staff’s results are presented in summary form to the members of the Board who will be present at your parole board hearing. Hiring a parole board attorney to represent you can help ensure that you are prepared to face and possibly obtain the freedom that you are entitled to.
If you are eligible for Parole, we recommend that you:
- make sure that you do not have any violations in your SCDC file,
- have employment immediately available upon your release, and
- make sure that you have a stable home environment to return to.
What Is Considered at a South Carolina Parole Board Hearing
Factors that the parole board may consider include:
- your sentence date,
- the crime you were convicted of, or pled guilty to,
- your record while serving your prison sentence,
- your personal history.
While we receive most of our parole board representation requests directly from an inmate or his or her loved one, we welcome referrals across the state of South Carolina.
Contact the criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC today to see if you are eligible for a parole board hearing.
Facing a Parole Board Violation in South Carolina
Similar to a probation revocation hearings, if you violate the terms of your parole, a bench warrant may be issued placing your freedom at stake, and requiring the skills of an experienced attorney to ensure that your rights are protected.
Whether you are eligible for parole, or facing a parole revocation hearing, contact the criminal defense lawyers at the Strom Law Firm today for a free consultation to discuss the facts of your case. Our aggressive representation can help protect your freedom.