My brother pleaded guilty in Texas for attempted sex with a minor (class A felony) and received a 3 year sentence
- incarceration began March 2010. He will be paroled April 2011 and there are several parole restrictions on his parole notification, including one simply labeled "X - other". His parole notification also indicated he is "low risk" for repeat offending.
How can I find out the specific details on all of his restrictions, most notably the "X" item, prohibited internet, and electronic monitoring before he is released? His Goodman Unit parole supervisor simply told him he'll get the details the day he is released, from his Parole Officer, yet these restrictions will greatly impact where he can live and work. We're already trying to find him work and waiting until the day he gets out is highly frustrating. Is there a website somewhere that has these details so I can start addressing them now?
Simply emailing me a weblink or pointing me in the right direction would be sufficient and greatly appreciated. I've already written the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to no avail, receiving a standard form letter indicating he should talk to his Goodman Unit parole supervisor (dead end). It appears the Texas court
system purposely tries to make it impossible for a convicted sex offender to re-enter society and become a productive member of society, even when they are a first time offender and low/no risk to repeat.
Thank you for your time.