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Are we talking arraignment, bond hearing, pleadings? You are entitled to a speedy trial but that is not generaly defined to a time frame. We know some defendants that could not make bail sit in county jail for 6-9 months before anything happened on the case.Read more
We don't think our answer would be anything but a guess. The honor farm is the best level of custody for an inmate and something must have triggered a classification change and lose that sweet job set-up. There might have been an accusation against him that was proven false... which would explain him going back and forth between details. Or, he might have gone to court and needed a change of location to facilitate it... it could be so many things. ButRead more
It can definitely be done. But, you will have to have your lawyer do the coordinating. They know how the system works and getting all parties on the same page in goping to take some level of effort to accomplish.Read more
That is a terrible story, we are sorry for your loss, the fact that he has an out date at all is crazy. Our guess here is that it was a minor incident report that took some of his granted "good time" (all inmates get their good time credits at the beginning of their bid) which could be a short list of possible violations (fighting, contraband, gambling, possession of drugs or tobacco, or repeat violations) OR it is more likely aRead more
It relates to the possible parole dates issued by the Judge at sentencing. It normally takes between 2-6 months after the Board grants parole.Read more
This is common and you shouldn't have a problem getting permission from the Captain or Warden at Powell County. You will have to make a special appeal to get that permission, we would advise first telling your story to the warden's secretary. Be humble and sincere... if you ask the right way, they'll let you visit.Read more
Probably pretty good... what do you think??Read more
InmateAid sends the letters to the inmate with our return address in Florida. The inmate does not see anything about you other than the name you register with. If you write other information in the letter you send, that is your business to share with whomever you choose. Once the inmate writes you back though our Letters from Inmates service, the letter is received here and scanned intop your account. You will receive an email that it is there forRead more
On what grounds do you think that your inmate (over the 2.1 million incarcerated people) has that would compel the President (or Governor) to pardon someone you know? There is a process that requires an application be filed stating your reasons for the pardon. It is submitted to the Office of the Pardon Attorney who reviews and recommends a short list each year. It is a long shot and statistically-speaking it has little chance for successRead more