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Attorney Prison Consultation: Lifer Parole Hearing Strategy

Attorney Prison Consultation: Lifer Parole Hearing Strategy

ATTORNEY consult $1500 + $50

This is a flat reasonable Web Attorney's fee for a face-to-face consultation in Prison, regarding the up and coming LIFER Parole Suitability Hearing for inmates or the Youth and/or Elderly Parole Hearing.

NOTE: Contact the Law office before purchasing this service. There is a $50 convenience fee via this website.

This consultation includes the best strategy for a short-term and long-term approach to eventually gain a Parole Date. During the consultation Attorney Letarte will provide recommendations as to what is missing (if anything) or what could be improved in your presentation before going to the BOARD OF PAROLE HEARINGS (BPH).

This is crucial because of Marsy's Law. If you do not get a Parole Date - you are facing a minimum of 3-year, with a maximum of 15-year Denial, before you get another chance at the Parole Hearing. YOU WANT TO DO IT RIGHT TO AVOID A 15-year DENIAL!

At the consultation session the inmate will need to bring relevant documentation that he wants to review. A list below is recommended:
1) Transcript of the last Board Hearing, if not an Initial Hearing
2) Most recent Psychological Report, written by the Forensic Psychologist
3) Most recent Board (aka Life Evaluation) Report, written by the counselor.

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Bring the “Attorney Packet”, it will contain all the above documents and more. This packet can be requested from your last attorney. The attorneys are provided this packet by the prison - each time the State Appointed ( or private) attorney represents you. You can ask your attorney to give you the packet AFTER you have completed the hearing.

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