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The typical calculation is 85% of your sentence is what you'll serve. That equates to 15.3 months, with 4 months already served, there is 11.3 months remainingRead more
Inmates can use their money in their Inmate Account to buy commissary, add talk time to their phone, send an email and even send money home to family members.Read more
Generally older inmates are left alone unless they have a big mouth. If your female friend is on her second bid (for murder?!?), she knows the score better than we could advise. She'll be a real gangster in thereRead more
Halfway houses are allowing their residents to own cell phones nowRead more
Money on the books at the county jail is not transferrable in traditional ways. The inmate has to request a check for the remaining balance to be sent to their home address. Adding money to an inmate account in a State Prison starts anew, with new funds. If the inmate gets moved within the State system, the funds will transfer from facility to facility.Read more
Send him a postcard, that is the easiest, fastest, and least expensiveRead more
He will be wearing clothes that fit him when he is released.Read more
There are specific medical procedures available to your inmate that he can follow to get it taken care of. There are forms that he should get from his counselor or case manager to get the process started and submitted into the system. This is a very slow process so patience will be required. You, as an outsider can do very little but call the facility and try to find a sympathetic ear to inch along the approval process.Read more
Neither are good things to happen to an inmate. The first thing that happens is the corrections officers take you into custody, in handcuffs, the whole thing, and you are taken to the Special Housing Unit, or the SHU, also known as "the Hole", or solitary confinement. You will stay in the SHU until you have a Disciplinary Hearing to determine your fate. The penalty is usually a lengthy stay in the SHU, like 6 months to a year or more, plusRead more
Not sure what you mean by "what process an inmate will do", and there are no prizes for not being in a gang or not being a violent offender. But if they are doing their time free of incident reports and adhering to the "programming" administered by their counselor, they will have it easier than those that buck the system. They will also be the first to get any extra time off their sentence if it comes available as itRead more