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You can call the facility and ask to speak to the counselor or case manager.Read more
We do not know the reason for the movement and the removal from his kitchen job. It is possible that some incident occurred that caused the facility to remove him from that post.Read more
Really? If that were to happen, who would be posting this anywhere?? If a staff member has sex with an inmate, they become an inmate too. This is a serious felony.Read more
possibly due to overcrowding or maybe even good behaviorRead more
Not likely, a four year sentence sounds like a state crime so they would be transferred to a state facility.Read more
The pod is a sub-section within the detention center. It is usually a large triangular room with cells lining one of the walls stacked two high. There is an open unit with a TV, several tables that are made for jails with four seats attached. The entire table is attached to the floor. The showers are in the open, in view of the guards who are stationed in a protected booth that looks down on the entire podRead more
Federal law requires lengthy 5-, 7-, 10-, and 30-year mandatory minimum sentences for possessing, brandishing, or discharging a gun in the course of a drug trafficking crime or a crime of violence. There are also mandatory minimum sentences of 25 years for each subsequent conviction. The law requires that these mandatory prison terms be served back-to-back (i.e., consecutively, not concurrently) with each other and with any other punishment the person receives for the underlying offense. This is known as “stacking,”Read more
30 years for weed! That is insanity. We don't know whether law changes would do anything to reduce this sentence, but it certainly should in our opinion. We will be praying for you - best of luck!Read more
Yes, unless you are going to live in West Virginia, South Carolina and Mississippi. These states still enforce a lifetime ban on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, for people who commit drug-related felonies. Indiana had a lifetime ban but just changed its law to lift it, effective in 2020.Read more
Do you have an idea of the state or county they were charged? If federal we might be able to help. If this is a state charge, you have to find out where the have re-entry facilities in the area where he was charged. Usually, it is some sort of a Salvation Army facility.Read more