Parole and Pardon Hearings
Attorney Matthew Bailey is experienced in successfully representing individuals before the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. He has represented individuals looking for a pardon or parole on charges ranging from possession to felony murder. His knowledge will help your family know what to emphasize when explaining to the Board why your loved one should be released or why you should receive a full pardon for the charge that you pleaded guilty or were found guilty by a jury.
Attorney Bailey tries to get to know each of his clients so that he can personalize the argument to be made to the Board. Because he gets to know each of his clients, he is able to be more persuasive towards the Board and explain how the individual will be able to succeed on Parole now when they might have failed before. This has helped Attorney Bailey achieve a high rate of success in his appearances before the Board and helps the Board know of the serious changes that his clients have made while in prison.
Early Parole Applications
Attorney Matthew Bailey regularly keeps up with the eligibility requirements that the Board puts on the inmates and has had success in having inmates' consideration dates reduced due to the detailed and persuasive packets that he puts together for the Board. If you or your loved one are looking for an attorney to see if an early parole date would be possible or to hire an attorney experienced in preparing the packets represent you, Attorney Bailey is equipped to advocate from the early parole packet through to the hearing.
If you are looking for an attorney with experience in getting individuals released on parole or having their consideration date moved to an earlier date please feel free to call our Firm at (205) 216-3304.
If you have any questions about the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles process, please see my blog on frequently asked questions about Pardons and Paroles.
This website is for informational purposes only. Using this site or communicating with Attorney Matthew A. Bailey through this site does not form an attorney-client relationship. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.