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Special visits are up to the warden. If your visitor makes a compelling case for the special visit, they usually allow them. If your visitor is traveling over 150 miles, they almost always grant the special visit.Read more
The facility uses GlobalTel*Link, website offenderconnect.com to get signed up. If you are in Philadelphia, the calls are actually the most expensive and InmateAid can and will get the calls to the lowest price GTL offers for that facility because it is all about the phone number you are using.Read more
Yes, we have a connection linked on the site for the most recent Arrest Record Search, but there is a small fee to retrieve the exact information you are seeking.Read more
Yes, we have hundreds and hundreds of inmate family and friends using the Service for the telephone discount, sending great selfies and many many magazine titles... keep connected through InmateAidRead more
He could be looking at doing the remainder of time left on his original sentence. Although that is not great news, it won't be worse than the original sentence.Read more
Possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram is a state jail felony with a punishment range of 6 months to 2 years state jail (no parole from state jail) and a fine of up to $10,000. Due to the overwhelming number of state jail dope cases, the law requires probation in many cases.Read more
Correct, they must first go through Admissions and Orientation. Once they have completed that successfully, they will be allowed to make phone calls and have visitation.Read more
The Discount Phone line is for one number at a time. You can register multiple lines (multiple lines are discounted) but they must be set up with separate forward-to numbers.Read more
No, restitution debt does not and will not prohibit a release. However, since Alabama is another state, California will have to make arrangements to connect with a parole officer there and make the determination whether the move to Alabama will serve the public interest.Read more