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HER desire to change has to be the overriding effort to start over clean. Nothing but "her will" to overcome this will work. All of the love and support is great, but if she doesn't want a different outcome, then nothing will change.Read 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
This depends on the inmate's area of interest. The top picks include fitness magazines (Men's Fitness, Shape, Muscle and Fitness), entertainment magazines (In Touch, OK Weekly, Enquirer, Star), comic book magazines (Superman, Batman, Scooby, X-Men, Marvel, Looney Tunes, MAD), puzzle magazines (Word Find, Crossword, Sudoku, Logic Problems, Daily Word) to name a few favorite topics. Please let us know if you are interested, we will send you a discount coupon to get started.Read more
The InmateAid Discount Phone service will reduce the cost from $1.85 to connect and $0.88 cents/minute to a flat rate of only $0.21/minute. This payment still goes to Securus but the difference in a 15-minute call is significant. Your number is $15.05, our number is $3.15, a savings of $11.90 per call. InmateAid stretches his call money 5 for one!Read more
Inmates have a form they fill out which can transfer money from their commissary account to someone on the outside. In federal prison, the form is called a BP-199.Read more
just email the new location and we will make the change for you at the publisher. your inmate will not miss an issue.Read more
Finding a job with a felony is going to be difficult, so he's going to have to prepare himself for the struggle. The mindset he has is going to be the most important element to success. He must have the attitude that he WILL find a job no matter how long it takes. Most ex-offenders give up and that leads to a path back to criminal thinking, committing a crime and then going back (becoming a recidivism statistic). WeRead more