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Yes, they can receive a family photo. No, they cannot receive a Hallmark card... BUT, the prisons DO accept Greeting Cards from InmateAid that are delivered on a jail-approved postcard. Choose from 100s.Read more
Jails do not offer access to methadone and buprenorphine, instead, they require inmates to go through forced withdrawal. Although rare, there are jails and prisons around the country that offer methadone and buprenorphine. The state of Rhode Island has offered both medications to inmates since 2016. For inmates that have opioid use disorder (OUD) there is evidence that suggests that methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) during incarceration can reduce inmates’ risks of overdose and other short-term adverse outcomes after release, but few jails and prisons offer it. Prisoners who receivedRead more
They cannot violate her for failing to pay restitution or fees but the original sentencing judge will be the decider of her fate. The worst that can happen is that she would have to serve the remaining time left on her original sentence.Read more
"Ex-inmates" answer these questions - we are released and have a great job working for InmateAid. of course it is legitimate, there are over one million people on this site every month - saving money on inmate calls, and communicating in the only ways possible (postcards, letters, photos, greeting cards).Read more
Inmates are frustrated and most lack any hope for the future, so they frown a lot. It doesn't mean that they are inherently angry, they're just in a tough situation and if you have to do time with them, you just need to know who are the ones to stay away from.Read more
Who "told him this"? For instance, having a pacemaker would not prohibit you from going to federal prison, because they have medical facilities, but we are not sure about SRCCC, but we would doubt that he doesn't have to go in. If it is possible, this would depend on the severity of the crime, the possible danger to the community, and the length of the sentence.Read more
Has he been sentenced and assigned to a federal prison or is he still in the county jail? County jail is actually worse than federal prison. If he is getting beaten up often, he needs to check himself into PC, protective custody. He will be in isolation, it is lonely and boring but no one will bother him there.Read more
This depends on the Probation Officer's statement to the Court and the Judge's decision on the violation. The worse case is that the entire original sentence is served, no good time.Read more
A federal inmate may request a transfer after 18 months at their current location. I was incarcerated at FCI Miami Camp (from 2006 through 2011) and I can attest first-hand that the staff there was very helpful. I would throw that question back at you and ask, "is your inmate the type to go over and above the norm to improve himself and buy into the programming they recommend?" If the answer is "yes", then the counselors like Mr Cabrera willRead more