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It is not common, but it happens more than you could imagine. Sentencing is a slippery slope for a defendant with "prior bad acts" as they can be used against you at sentencing. These acts might be alleged in the past but went unprosecuted. If there is some record of an investigation that went nowhere or a deposition that contained facts that were never prosecuted. The defendant's life history is contained in a Sentencing Memorandum that is filed with the Court.Read more
You can write her from her federal inmate profile - click hereRead more
No, it's between you and the inmate AND the corrections officer that opens it in the mailroom at the facilityRead more
There are several release options being offered to inmates with non-violent offenses. We are hearing that home confinement is the preferred method for these furloughed releases. Just a caution to the loved ones of possible release, they will have serious stipulations on the release and you can help make sure yours sticks to the rules because we are also hearing people violating within hours and then being sent back to the SHU. "Be careful" is all I'm saying.Read more
Yes, you can! Click here: Joe Exotic #26154-017Read more
Almost all in-person visitation is suspended until March 30, 2020. The inmate's movement, in many cases, is restricted so it is easy for them to enforce any type of quarantines necessary in the event that an inmate would contract Covid-19.Read more
Administrative segregation refers to both a classification and a type of unit. There are at least three distinct types of segregation: administrative segregation, disciplinary segregation, and protective … Any of these types of segregation might involve a regimen of solitary (or near solitary) confinement. Administrative segregation (ad seg) is when an inmate is housed separately from the main prison population. In most prisons, ad seg is another term for solitary confinement. Typically, inmates get "put in the hole" if they violateRead more
If you have an inmate ID number, they can. You might be able to bring cash or money order with you when you report, they will deposit it into your account for you. We would certainly call them first to be 100% sure.Read more
The sheriff deputies from the county that issued the warrant will come to pick the inmate up. They do not and will not say when they are coming (for obvious reasons) and there is zero chance they will forget to pick him up.Read more
Telephone calls from the SHU are limited to one 15-minute phone per week, unless he was caught with a cellphone, then there would be no calls until he was back in general populationRead more