What We Do

Practice Areas

Parole Hearings

We know the system from decades of experience and we know deep details of the law from taking the time to study it. One staple that we have carried down is actually taking the time to interview each inmate on their unit. We know that it is basically impossible to speak for someone that you’ve never met face to face, so we take the time.

We also understand key things the board looks for in a parole packet. Parole law is complex and it takes a well-organized law group that is specifically focused on the changes and developments in parole law to give you the best chance of making parole. As we all see the world is changing, so we spearhead the movement for prison and parole transformation both legally and in term of resources.

We offer a variety of service packages for how to best represent each client. In addition to speaking on our client’s behalf in the hearings, we also work hard to help each man or woman have a successful homecoming by working closely with resources on the outside.

Our approach is comprehensive, whole hearted, and trusted. To make it plain, if you wouldn’t go before the judge and jury without a lawyer, don’t go before the Parole Board without one either.

Civil rights & Wrongful Death

On paper the United States Constitution and Civil Rights Laws sound great, but what use do they serve when you or your loved one have been hurt or killed by government officials? It is a privilege to represent those who have suffered excessive force, denial of medical treatment, and cruel and unusual punishment at the hands of the state or federal authorities. We sue police, prison and jail guards, wardens, medical and mental health staff when their conduct is inhumane or deadly.

KEY: The civil rights violation has to be committed by a person or entity acting “under color of law.” This simply means that they act on behalf of the government directly or indirectly. Thus, police officers, prison and jail guards, wardens, medical staff are generally acting under color of law at work, and can be sued!

Let's evaluate your facts today. Don’t hesitate because these cases are time sensitive and require intensive research before filing.

Accidents & Injury

If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another party, you may be able to file a lawsuit to seek compensation for your damages, including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.

THP can help you understand your legal rights and options, and win in court if the other side doesn't present an offer that in YOUR BEST INTEREST.

Whether we are fighting for an inmate's freedom or someone hurt in an accident, our commitment to justice is unwavering! Let THP successfully walk you through the process.

Done Let Insurance Dupe You!

Employment Discrimination (EEOC Claims)


The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is a federal agency that is responsible for enforcing laws that make it illegal to discriminate or retaliate against someone in the workplace based on certain characteristics, such as race, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability. If you believe that you have been the victim of workplace discrimination, you may be able to file a claim with the EEOC, but don't do it alone. Legal representation also allows your claim to move quicker.

THP loves representing clients who have suffered real discrimination and retaliation in their workplace because he knows how it feels. If you are considering filing a claim with the EEOC, give us a call.

KEY: Generally you only have 180 days from the last incident to file with the EEOC, so don't hesitate!



Criminal Defense

If you have been charged with a crime, it is necessary to seek the assistance of a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. THP will help you understand the charges against you, the potential consequences of a conviction, and can provide the protection you need to defend yourself against the charges.

We know that YOUR CASE  IS DIFFERENT, and the specific strategy we use depends on the facts of your case. That said, before we "throw the ball away", we work hours to gather evidence, interview witnesses, then negotiate with prosecutors in an effort to have the charges against you reduced or dismissed.



If your teenager has been charged with a crime, you probably don't need very much motivation to get the help you need, and we are here to help.

Minor children make mistakes and do things that only they can make sense out of; however, many times those choices can change their lives forever. If a minor has been charged with a crime, it is important to hire a juvenile lawyer who knows the law and cares about your child's future.

THP can help your family understand the charges against the minor and the potential consequences of a conviction.We treat each case with the unique attention it deserves and pay close attention to details which often make the difference in a child's life