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He is at Gib Lewis, in Region 1, the Huntsville Parole board..they pulled his file on May 1, 2012..how long does review typically take?
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You'll get more replies to this in your state forum, so I'll move it there for you,
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Initial review or subsequent consideration? Yes, it can make a difference.
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when is the Next Review date that was set at the last consideration?
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Umm, Idk. They pulled it in May last yr and denied him in Aug.
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Umm, Idk. They pulled it in May last yr and denied him in Aug.
Then that suggests to me the NR date is also August. Although that does mean the Board could vote the case as early as June, the reality is that Huntsville cases are presently tending to be voted in the target month. They have been one of the slowest regions at processing cases over the past few years.

My guess would be an IPO interview in either late June or early July followed by the file getting to the Board sometime in August.
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when is the Next Review date that was set at the last consideration?
I have a question??? 1) What is it "EXACTLY" the board is looking for when they do the review in order to grant you a "yes" to come home? 2) And why is it a person that has not gotten in any trouble and has taken classes and done everything asked of them in order to come home and sometimes they still get a "NO"? Can you give me some tips so I can pass that along to my husband. Although I have a Parole Lawyer I still want to make this a possible smooth transition. He has not gotten into any trouble at all so far and it's been a year.
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I have a question??? 1) What is it "EXACTLY" the board is looking for when they do the review in order to grant you a "yes" to come home? 2) And why is it a person that has not gotten in any trouble and has taken classes and done everything asked of them in order to come home and sometimes they still get a "NO"? Can you give me some tips so I can pass that along to my husband. Although I have a Parole Lawyer I still want to make this a possible smooth transition. He has not gotten into any trouble at all so far and it's been a year.

There are far too many variables to list just a couple of things being looked at...if you hired competent counsel, then they should know what NEEDS to be included in their written materials (I am hoping you hired one of the firms that actually does some analysis of a case).
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There are far too many variables to list just a couple of things being looked at...if you hired competent counsel, then they should know what NEEDS to be included in their written materials (I am hoping you hired one of the firms that actually does some analysis of a case).
I have hired a competent counsel. I was just asking you since you mentioned in prior post that your here to help and you've worked with the parole board. She's told my husband what to do but i just seen 2 wives husband get denied so that's why I asked. But is it true you can have THE BEST competent counsel that has analyzed the case to its entirety and painted the picture clear with all acomplishments involved and the next step to life outside theses walls MEANING no matter how true or believable
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There are far too many variables to list just a couple of things being looked at...if you hired competent counsel, then they should know what NEEDS to be included in their written materials (I am hoping you hired one of the firms that actually does some analysis of a case).
(((sorry for the cut off))) but I was saying no matter how believable and true it may be the Parole Board can still say NO right?
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