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What exactly are you asking? Will he hurt you emotionally or hurt you physically? If we are talking emotional like,is he going to leave me when he gets out? There is a lot I can share on this subject if you write back. You know this person better than anyone. What signs are even causing you to ask. If we are talking physical, then the advice would be to seek shelter with someone you can trust, try to findRead more
There is no way to find out. The inmate's privacy is maintained in the strictest of confidence. You cannot get a health update, find out who is visiting, who they are calling, writing or getting money from.Read more
Yes. Every facility has a dress code. InmateAid lists each facility's Visitation Information which includes the Visiting days and hours for your inmate, along with the do's and don't's of that faciliites dress code.Read more
Refusing to take a urine test is considered "disobeying a direct order". This is viewed as "major" because without some sort of order in the prison, the staff would totally lose control. The punishment is as severe as it can be to hold out as an example to others thinking about UA refusal. He will get placed in Disciplinary Segregation, also known as the SHU, the Special Housing Unit, solitary confinement, or the "hole". There, he will be in aRead more
There is no limit. It's a privilege, not a right therefore they could restrict phone calls the entire sentence.Read more
You can verify the charges yourself through the Clerk of the County Court in the county where the charges were filed. This is also where the trial would be if they take it to court,Read more
Inmates in hurricane areas are transported days ahead of the storm hitting landfill. In my case, we were in a federal camp in Miami FL when a couple hurricanes hit Dade County. They loaded all the inmates onto buses (shackled) and driven to downtown Miami where the Federal Detention Center is. This is a tall structure in the middle of all the governemnt buildings. It is more like a skyscraper for inmates which can and did withstand several major stormsRead more
Yes. The Fire Camps are minimum security facilities within the CDCR, the California state prison system. The inmates are absolutely allowed to make phone calls seven days per week. These inmates actually serve the counties that they are in by fighting fires and providing selfless forestry safety. They are trusted to be in the public domain while serving their sentence. Their model behavior is awarded by receiving all the privileges afforded inmates. The phone service is Global*Tel Link-Offender Connect. The callsRead more
Restricted housing is solitary confinement or "the hole". Evidently he was cited for some violation and as a punishment he has been sent to the hole. There is really no way of knowing how long this will be. There is literally no limit to the amount of you an inmate could spend there. It depends on what he went in there for. Was it contraband, a cellphone? Was he fighting? Or worse? Typically an inmate will be allowed toRead more
Log onto your Account Dashboard. Under services, there are several selections. Click on Letters to Inmates. To access letters you have written and sent and kept in draft are available there for your review. You may download them into a pdf file with a click, too.Read more