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Lockdown means that the compound is essentially "locked-down" from normal operations. There are no visits, no phone privileges, no commissary. Just 24/7; locked in their cells. It becomes a stressful environment for the days, weeks or sometimes months of "punishment" until it is lifted. Inmates do still receive mail.Read more
There is not much you can do about your suspicion except ask your GF. There are no guards that will violate the rules and communicate what transpires inside the prison. If you know another inmate, maybe they can help you. But if you suspect something, it probably is happening. We wish you the best.Read more
The offender must be held until that jurisdiction sends the marshal service or their sheriff's deputy to pick them up to face the charges at the new court.Read more
Federal inmates must pay for their calls though Trulincs, the BOP's version of an "inmate's bank". From Trulincs, the inmate directs the money to their commissary, email (Corrlinks) and phone calls. The phone calls cost either 21 cents per minute or 6 cents per minute (if you are local to the prison). If you are not local and want the calls to be 6 cents per minute, InmateAid gets the local lines for only $8.95. On 300 minutes, the local lineRead more
This phone service will work with every jail listed, The only thing that changes is the price based upon your current number vs. the location of the facility.Read more
The federal charge would have to be adjudicated in District Court to know the outcome. The inmate will be held in their current location to serve out the remainder of their sentence. During the court proceedings, the inmate will be transferred to a county jail in the jurisdiction where the indictment was handed down to face the federal charges. The time they do counts toward their accrued time.Read more
Yes, if she actually hit someone and they died, she would be charged with manslaughter or worse. When she tried and missed, there was an "attempt"Read more
You can contact the Clerk of the County of Mesa CO. They have all the documentation. This is where the lawyers go when they need accurate information on a caseRead more
There is a period of time between the sentencing and the designation where it is decided what the offender's custody level is, and where they have bed space. It is not something that is made public until AFTER the inmate has been delivered to that facility for the safety of the corrections officer and the transported inmates.Read more
It is a physical letter that is sent via USPS. The inmate gets to hold it in their hands. It is especially rewarding when they get pictures in that envelope at mail call, tooRead more