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Depending on your bid, you're going to have to search for the "cure for boredom" as it fits you. Reading was my thing, it's partly why this website exists. You have to get yourself into a routine. And not get yourself jammed up in any inmate nonsense. You will make friends and exist partly because of that comradery. But, do NOT and never share tales of your crime, your sentence, any co-defendant with anyone while locked up. "Anything you sayRead more
He might have lost some privileges and didn't cancel on his own, OR, the facility might be on lockdown and all visits are suspended for awhileRead more
Call the halfway house and ask to speak with a counselor. They can best advise you on the ways that communication with your inmate is permissibleRead more
The Clerk of the Court in the county where the charges were filedRead more
the only way is to write them a letter... tell them how you feel, remind them of your telephone number and see "if you can help by paying for the phone time".Read more
Yes, they use the InmateAid office address - the mail comes in and is scanned and placed into your My Account Dashboard. This serves to protect the user on several fronts. If you mail into the prison/jail with a return address, and you want your inmate to know your address, it's best to put it in the body of the letter and not the return address. Other inmates use that sort of detail to extort, blackmail or otherwise menace good folksRead more
Usually not. it would have to be a very slight violation. Magistrates HATE seeing an offender violate in any way... makes them think the person that got an early release really didn't deserve it.Read more
Not enough info to give you a good guess. Getting new charges while on paper is asking for trouble. On its face, and in our opinion, getting released would be the least likely option (judges figure repeat offenders haven't learned their lesson)Read more
He would have to have a suitable residence and job awaiting him outside of Arkansas if he wants to do his parole time out-of-state.Read more
We have been around since 2012, and we serve folks with people in all LA County JailsRead more