Why The Cohen Law Firm Stands Above the Rest
Selecting a parole lawyer can be one of the most impotant decisions you make. Your loved one's chance at freedom and a new life is on the line.
Whether your loved one is being reviewed by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles or has been arrested on a parole violation and is facing a parole revocation hearing, you will want the most experienced and most knowledgeable parole attorney in the State of Texas on your team. The Cohen Law Firm possesses unmatched experience in Texas parole matters and our practice is 100% devoted to the representation of individuals facing parole consideration or parole revocation.
We are committed to serving the needs of our clients and we have the expertise and experience to do so in a uniquely professional manner.
When you set out to choose the right parole attorney, please consider the following before making your decision:
- The firm's practice is limited to the representation of offenders in the parole review process and in revocation matters
- Gary has over 30 years of experience in Texas parole matters
- Gary has been qualified in Federal Court as an expert in Texas parole
- Gary is a Co-Chair of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association’s Committee on Parole and Sentencing
- Gary is a frequent lecturer and author on matters regarding parole law.
- Gary was invited by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to participate in the development of the Texas Parole Guidelines
- Gary was invited by the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to assist in the state-wide training of parole revocation hearing officers
- The Cohen Law Firm is a Martindale-Hubble AV Preeminent Rated Law Firm.
The firm's reputation is exemplary and its commitment to serving the needs of the client are first, foremost and paramount. It's your choice; we hope you choose The Cohen Law Firm for your parole matters.
Mr. Cohen Went Beyond My Expectations
Throughout the entire nineteen years of my incarceration, I have repeatedly heard of the outstanding reputation Attorney Gary Cohen has concerning parole representation. When I finally came up for parole, my family and I researched and decided to retain Mr. Cohen. My main worry was that I wouldn't be able to get my story across to the parole board. The facts surrounding my case are very difficult to give voice to. To give you an idea of my circumstances, I was charged with capital murder under the law of parties, but the charge was dropped to murder in a plea bargain agreement.
Mr. Cohen was very thorough in his investigation, not only of my case, but of who I was, and who I have come. Mr. Cohen went beyond my expectations and was exceptionally prepared with an oral, visual, and hard copy presentation for the lead voting parole commissioner and my family. He obtained interviews with the lead voter for him, my family, and for me. Now, I am at an FI-5 pre-release program, on my way home.
I recommend that you retain Mr. Cohen if you need to get your story across to the parole board.