There is no magical ball. No one knows what the parole board will decide. You can hire a parole lawyer to assist with a parole packet that can be submitted next time he goes up for parole.
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Robbery is a rather serious offense and his chances have been very good so far, in my book. Getting only 7 years on a robbery is very good and I think there is an 85% rule in Texas, but not sure. If you really want to help, get a seasoned criminal defense attorney.
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