"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.
Law Office of Kevin Stouwie
3238 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, Texas 78213-2811
To better serve inmates and their families and to be a more effective Texas Parole Attorney, Kevin Stouwie has worked hard over the past 10 years to understand the common issues that lead to incarceration and, all too often, recidivism. Kevin has studied and understands issues like mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse, dysfunctional childhood issues, anger control problems, immaturity, hormone, and impulse control associated with neuroscience and brain chemistry, and common dysfunction in adult romantic relationships. All of these issues, alone or in combination, can serve as serious factors that lead to criminal behavior. This unique knowledge and experience, coupled with his legal background, enables Kevin to advise inmates and their families and address these underlying issues in a way that is satisfactory to the parole board. Knowing that there are many complex emotional, medical, and psychological issues at play, Kevin says it is absolutely essential for him to interview every single client personally, listen closely to his clients, to be empathetic, and to offer straightforward and realistic advice on what they need to do to succeed, and what he can do to help them leave prison permanently.
Kevin states, "The public often improperly assumes that prison is where we stick the so-called 'bad' people. But I have found that people in prison are mostly just normal folks who made some poor choices and they just need to get themselves back on track. Prolonged incarceration is usually very counterproductive, especially where the mistakes made did not result in death or serious injury. Even in those serious cases, punishment goals must be balanced with rehabilitation goals. After all, nearly all inmates leave prison sooner or later, and it really does matter what kind of person walks out of prison in comparison to who he was when he came in to prison. "
For almost a decade, Kevin has chosen to focus his practice on representing Texas prison inmates seeking early release through parole, because he honestly believes that society as a whole benefits the most when former inmates learn from their past mistakes and receive the best possible opportunities to build hopeful new lives. We at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie make it our priority to do whatever we can to help parole worthy applicants and their families reunite and begin building new lives. Call our office today at 855-PAROLED or 210-745-4845 or contact us online to begin the journey to parole release. Kevin's in-custody consultations with inmates are priced at a very affordable rate, and the fees for parole representation compare quite favorably with the few other attorneys in Texas who are dedicated to handling parole legal matters.
Kevin attended a top ranked college preparatory high school in the midwest and enjoyed the many opportunities and gifts associated with being in such an academically rich environment. He later served our country and enlisted in the United States Navy at age 19. After being trained by the Navy as a missile fire control technician, Kevin was awarded a full scholarship at age 20 to attend college, where he studied political science and economics. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Kevin attended law school at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas. Upon graduating from law school in 1998, Kevin took and passed the Texas Bar Exam, gaining admission to the State Bar of Texas in November, 1998. He cut his teeth in civil litigation and successfully gained board certification as a personal injury trial specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2007. That honor is bestowed upon less than 10% of all attorneys in the state, who must pass a very rigorous exam within their area of specialization. After amassing nearly a decade of courtroom and litigation experience through personal injury and other civil litigation matters, Kevin Stouwie turned his professional focus and dedication to representing inmates throughout Texas. In 2007, Kevin recruited and hired a reliable and dedicated team of professionals to assist him, and he has continued to build his reputation as a uniquely qualified Texas attorney with a focus on helping prisoners win their freedom on parole or mandatory supervision.