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If you are really worried, we would advise you to call the facility and ask to speak to their counselor to see if they have any recent restrictions.Read more
Sex offenders get the same privileges that all other inmates get in the federal system. They get Corrlinks email and 300 minutes just like other inmates.Read more
You must disclose on your application that you were charged with domestic violence. The facility will decide whether or not to approve your application to visit, it probably will not affect phone calls.Read more
You are probably already approved, we would give them a call at the facility to double-checkRead more
You can contact the Clerk of the Court to get the transcripts of the case and the sentencing where they were adjudicatedRead more
The number that you give your inmate is placed on their call list which is through their Trulincs account. When the calls come through the federal prison phone system, there is no caller ID. Normally it will say UNKNOWN. FYI, there is nothing "private" in prison, every call is listened to.Read more
Normally after count time and before dinnerRead more
Absolutely not, that is a felony. It is against the law for any correctional employee to have a sexual relationship with an inmateRead more
Usually within a few hours. You will receive an email and you can find the answers in your Account Dashboard as wellRead more
You can contact the Clerk of the Court and request a Judgment and Commitment Order. This is the document that the judge signs and it has all of the sentencing information.Read more