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YES! With your number, the 15-minute call is $3.19, a local number would drop the call price to $1.72, you save $1.47 per call.Read more
Maybe he doesnt have the money in his account to make outbound calls? We would recommend that you write him a letter and ask how he is doing. Find out if he needs money to be able to call you.Read more
Yes, usually at 9:30 pm - 10:00 pmRead more
When a defendant pleads guilty, they make a deal with the prosecutor. That deal is contingent upon a number of factors, but one factor is that the judge has the final say. There are cases where the recommended plea is not followed by the judge at sentencing. The problem with a plea is that once you say you are guilty, you give up all rights to file an appeal.Read more
It might be on your end or on the inmate's end. If you were on a call and said something that caught the ear of a CO and reported you. If you attempted to add another person to the call while it was going (third-party calls are a no-no), that might do it. Or, the inmate is on some disciplinary period for violations inside. Regardless, you can call or write the warden and ask what specific rule was broken toRead more
Yes it is, if you want to see if we can save you money, please send an email with your phone number and the facility - we will give you an honest estimate of the savings (if any)Read more
Parolees have been given a second chance. Violation of that second chance puts the offender in a very bad position. The judge that sentenced him will face him for this violation. The judge had to write on the Judgement and Commitment Order that parole was an option. Now, the judge will now take a hard-line for the next decision, since the inmate did not take the leniency seriously. We think he will do the remaining time on the old charge PLUSRead more
you should call the jail first before trying to send anything insideRead more
If there was a charge, then there will need to be court-based decision considering the prosecutor's position, were there any injuries or property damage, AND the criminal history will be a factor. The person making the accusation will be interviewed and assess whether their statement is credible before proceeding.Read more
Second time in, absolutely no parole. He will do 85% of his sentence this time.Read more