Reviewed on: July 25,2018

My boyfriend has pending domestic charges against me in North Carolina. I never filed anything to try to keep him away from me. How can the county jail stop allowing him from getting my letters and mail? Don't I have a right to send mail to him?

Asked: July 24,2018
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You have the right to send it, the jail has the right to reject anything they want. If someone there interprets your mail to him as a detriment or violation of something, then they will withhold it. This is law enforcement, you have less rights than you think.

Accepted Answer Date Created: July 25,2018

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