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Subject: Halfway house

The inmate's case manager and counselor recommend the amount of halfway house time. Usually, the longer the sentence, the longer the halfway house giving the released have ample time to re-enter the workplace and society in general. The qualifications are that the inmate is within 12 months of release. Normally six months is the longest time period for halfway house residency. Once there, the inmate is almost home. Continue following rules, get a job and start paying one-third of your

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Subject: Offender phone calls

Federal inmates are allowed 300 minutes per month (400 mins Nov & Dec) - outbound calling only. They are 15-minutes each and are paid for from their Trulincs account (which can be funded by outside people or through the job they have inside). The calls are either SIX cents per minute (local) or TWENTY-ONE cents per minute (long-distance). InmateAid can get you a local line for almost all federal facilities for only $5.00. You save $45 per month!!

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Subject: Parole & probation

Probation violations do not get bail of any kind. They must wait and appear before the magistrate that sentenced them to see what the punishment will be, if any.

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Subject: Parole & probation

You will need to locate the email address or phone number for the Parole Board (different in every state) and file a petition in opposition to the inmate's pending hearing for early release. The Board takes these petitions seriously

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Subject: Inmate supplies

If you ask an inmate (as you are now), the more the merrier :)... but you as a person on the outside trying to take care of your own expenses you should budget what you can afford to send. If money is no object, you might consider $75/wk for commissary and phone. In the federal system, they can only spend $69/month on phone and $315 on commissary + whatever money the emails are. It can become quite expensive so be careful

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Subject: Relationship issues

He doesn't want to see you. Try sending a letter and find out why.

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Subject: Inmate search

try this link:  http://www.dc.state.fl.us/OffenderSearch/Search.aspx

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Subject: Website function questions

The questions are answered normally within a few hours - you are notified via email, the response is also in your Account Dashboard. When a question is not answered immediately, it means that there are several similar questions already answered. If it is a question about a specific inmate we do not answer those. We are answering the ones that we haven't answered before and that will help other people who might be running into the same issue. There are over 5,000

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Subject: Offender phone calls

Let us know the name of the facility and your phone number - we will give you an honest estimate of the savings before you buy

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Subject: Relationship issues

Your inmate might be deep in his feelings. He's looking an amount of time that is making him think that the future with you is limited, that you might leave him anyway. Give it some time (as he suggests) and then try again in a few weeks, maybe send him a magazine subscription that would have him thinking about "who sent it" every time he gets an issue?

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