• Free Consultation
    Free Consultation
    For those considering retaining David O’Neil in a parole or prison related matters, there is no charge for a phone consultation, or personal consultations at our Houston office. Our legal team is standing by ready to speak to you today. Call us today!

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  • David O'Neil : Expert Support with Parole Issues
    David O'Neil : Expert Support with Parole Issues
    Co-Chairman, Corrections & Parole Committee, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

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  • Parole Representation
    Parole Representation

    Based on many years of experience in parole-related matters, Mr. O’Neil recognizes that most clients do not want to pay substantial legal fees for representation only to learn that once the lawyer evaluates the case there is very little chance to succeed.  For that reason, when there is time, he divides the representation into two parts;

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  • Parole Revocations
    Parole Revocations

    Mr. O’Neil has been successfully representing clients at parole revocation hearings for nearly two decades.  In making a decision on retaining an attorney for a parole revocation hearing one should consider whether the attorney has experience in representing clients in parole revocation proceedings.

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Parole Texas Lawyer | David O'Neil

Family Reunited

The Law Office of David O’Neil is a statewide practice that deals exclusively with parole and prison related matters.  By focusing on each individual client’s growth, achievements, and demonstrated potential, successful parole outcomes have been achieved in hundreds of cases involving virtually all types of offenses including, among others: capital murder life sentences; murders; sex offenses; aggravated assaults, robberies, and kidnappings; intoxication manslaughter and assault; drug-related offenses; and, thefts.  When law associations and local bar associations need training on parole related matters, David O’Neil is often the attorney they call upon.   

It is said that although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new beginning. That is really what a good parole attorney strives to help his clients achieve – a new beginning.  A good parole attorney derives no greater sense of satisfaction than to see loved ones reunited as they begin anew.  That is what David O’Neil has been doing for the last two decades of a legal career that spans more than 40 years. For those considering retaining Mr. O’Neil in parole or prison-related matters, there is no charge for a phone consultation or personal consultations at the Houston office.  

A Personal Approach | Parole Representation in Texas

A Personal Approach | Parole Representation in Texas

In representing clients for parole and prison related matters, the Law Office of David O’Neil takes a very personal and detailed approach.  Mr. O’Neil makes a point of meeting with each of his parole clients, wherever they may be incarcerated.   In all cases where a client is incarcerated in TDCJ and is eligible, Mr. O’Neil places the client on his attorney phone list so that the client may call him throughout the course of representation.   At the client’s request, Mr. O’Neil also works closely with the client’s family members throughout the course of representation. 


Parole and Prison | Parole Revocation in Texas

Parole and Prison | Parole Revocation in Texas

In addition to his successes in obtaining parole for his clients, Mr. O’Neil has also been successful in a variety of other parole and prison related matters, such as, parole revocation hearings, appeals from prison disciplinary cases, time credit issues, life endangerment cases, and Coleman Hearings (where the Parole Board seeks to impose sex offender conditions of parole on persons who have never been convicted of a sex offense).


Orientation Clinic | Entering Prison in Texas

Orientation Clinic | Entering Prison in Texas

For those about to enter the Texas Department of Criminal Justice the Law Office also provides an Orientation Clinic.  There is perhaps no more frightening experience than entering prison.  Individuals about to enter the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and their family members, are typically unaware of what lies ahead and often fear the worst.  Many families have found the clinic extremely helpful in alleviating these fears, providing information that helped in the transition into TDCJ, and preparing for the parole process. 

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