Cynthia A. Stewart, P.A.
Representing clients throughout the state of Mississippi
Toll Free: 800-724-1963 Fax: 601-856-0514 Defense in All MS State and Federal Courts

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Understanding how a parole hearing works

As a previous post discussed, there are opportunities for Mississippi defendants convicted of certain crimes to reduce the penalties associated with the crime they were convicted of. A parole hearing opens up the possibility for early release, helping him or her reenter society, obtain employment and interact with their friends, family and community once again. While there are many benefits to obtaining parole, it is important to note that getting a parole hearing is not always easy and neither is obtaining a favorable decision.

Preparing you for your parole hearing

Being convicted of a crime is a difficult reality to face and to accept. It is likely that the allegations alone caused major disruptions to the defendant's life, and now that he or she is convicted of the crime they were charged with, the penalties must now be endured. But it is important to note that those sentenced to a prison term may not have to remain incarcerated for the entire duration of their sentence.

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Madison Office
118 Homestead Drive
Suite C
Madison, MS 39110

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Canton Office
120 East Center Street
Canton, MS 39046

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Port Gibson Office
503 Farmer St.
Port Gibson, MS 39150

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