"Kevin, I knew from the day we met that I had made the right choice. I will definitely recommend you to everyone I can...I cannot begin to express my deepest gratitude."


J. Solis- September, 2012


"Mr. Stouwie, I want you to know that my loved ones and I are very satisfied with your services. In my opinion, everything you did was perfect. You went above and beyond in your efforts to gain my freedom. I thank you for never giving up on me."


G. Flores - August, 2012


"Thank you so very much for winning my freedom back...My whole family says thank you as well...We made it!"


T. Morris - August, 2012


"Thank you for your hard work. I'm very grateful for having my son back."


M. Nguyen - June, 2012


"I'm stuck on WOW!!! During our interview, we discussed not expecting a miracle this go around. Repeat offender, two 18 year sentences, running cc, and you made my first parole! I'll be serving right at two years on this. UNBELIEVEABLE!...I'm just so grateful to you and your office for helping me gain my freedom...Nothing I can write on this paper could begin to express my gratitude."


Catherine B. - April, 2012


"I was granted the FI-2 and of course I am overjoyed and I want to thank you for all your assistance...I will recommend your services to others who may need trusted assistance in their (parole) review process."


T. Chau - March, 2012


"Thank you for all your help! May your family be blessed and you law office prosper and succeed. My freedom is precious and I shall not take it for granted."


​B. Henderson - November 2011

Attorney Kevin Stouwie chooses to focus his law practice on representing Texas prison inmates seeking early release through parole because he believes people can learn from past mistakes and society as a whole benefits when former inmates receive opportunities to build new lives.

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"Everyone has made mistakes, and has done things they regret".

-Kevin Stouwie

ANGER MANAGEMENT AND OTHER REENTRY ISSUES

Learning to Confront the Problems That Led to Incarceration

Crimes of passion, including violent assaults, reckless endangerment, domestic violence, and other violent crimes can carry serious penalties. Moreover, Texas parole panels often look upon inmates with violent histories with skepticism and caution. If you or your loved one has been incarcerated for a violent crime, building a successful case for parole means first dealing with anger management and impulse control issues. Our team at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie can help inmates understand and take advantage of the various programs available at Texas prisons and District Reentry Centers (DRCs), not only to bolster their chances of receiving parole, but also to help them cope better upon release. 

Contact an Attorney That Can Guide You or Your Loved One To Freedom

For several years, Kevin Stouwie has helped inmates and their families throughout Texas understand what they need to do to obtain parole release and remain free and out of trouble once they reenter society. The Law Office of Kevin Stouwie is now proud to serve inmates at more than 100 correctional institutions throughout the state of Texas. Call our office today at 855-727-6533 or contact us online to schedule a free family consultation on behalf of your incarcerated loved one. We can also visit inmates in custody for a low fee.

Preparing for Parole or End-of-Sentence Release

Many of these and other programs have transitional and out-of-custody components that can become an important part of inmates' post-parole plans. Inmates thus can more easily make the transition from custody to freedom and reduce the chances of parole violations, recidivism, and reincarceration. These programs can extend for many months after release. Parole boards may require participation as a condition of parole release or qualifying inmates may take part voluntarily. In either case, participation in these programs can be used not only as an important argument point during parole review bus as a vital resource for inmates struggling after release.

ANGER MANAGEMENT AND OTHER REENTRY ISSUES

Learning to Confront the Problems That Led to Incarceration

Crimes of passion, including violent assaults, reckless endangerment, domestic violence, and other violent crimes can carry serious penalties. Moreover, Texas parole panels often look upon inmates with violent histories with skepticism and caution. If you or your loved one has been incarcerated for a violent crime, building a successful case for parole means first dealing with anger management and impulse control issues. Our team at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie can help inmates understand and take advantage of the various programs available at Texas prisons and District Reentry Centers (DRCs), not only to bolster their chances of receiving parole, but also to help them cope better upon release. 

Dealing With Anger Management and Impulse Control

Violent offenders - both those convicted of violent crimes and those who have exhibited violent behavior while incarcerated - and sex offenders tend to face an uphill battle when seeking parole release. However, Texas correctional facilities offer several specialized programs geared toward helping inmates manage anger and learn effective impulse control.


  • Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Program (SVORI) - SVORI is intended for violent offenders recently released from administrative segregation. This program is voluntary and includes anger management, cognitive intervention, and life skills training. The  in-custody component of the program segues into a post-release therapy at a DRC.

  • Administrative Segregation Pre-Release Program (ASPP) - ASPP is a 90-day program specifically intended to help inmates formerly held in administrative segregation to re-acclimate to society. 

  • Sex Offender Program - The Sex Offender Program, a post-release treatment and supervision program, utilizes parole officers whose caseloads are reduced to that they can work more closely with the offenders they supervise.