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Yes, very modest attire is the rule in every prison or jail. Prepare to be pat-searched and (possibly strip-searched although this is highly unlikely) before entering. Read this InmateAid article click Visiting an Inmate - 10 easy steps and things you should know and Visiting day at a prison - Things you should be aware of for more information.Read more
InmateAid has all of the offerings that you could possibly send an inmate in a prison or jail. Since inmates have a lot of time, reading is something you should encourage, even if reading wasn't a big part of their life on the outside. Using this time in such a way that improves their chances of successful reentry into society. We recommend "the obvious" birthday card and magazines, books, pictures of things you want him to dream about, like you :). IfRead more
You will have to petition the Court where this case is recorded with your compelling reason for them to expunge the record. You will need some good fortune on your side and it might help if you can locate someone there that can give you some insight as to the right prosecutor and judge to hear your case. This is not an easy thing to accomplish.Read more
Yes, you can. Go to inmateaid.com/letters and follow the steps as you scroll the page. You must locate your inmate. If the inmate is not in our database, it simply means no one has added it. You will create the Inmate Profile page starting with the facility where he is located, Merrimack County NH DOC, Boscawen and add his name and inmate ID number (if known). This information is synced with the data we have on the facility and then we send outRead more
The only "new law" that has been in the news related to inmates getting early release is the First Step Act. The first major date was July 19, 2019, when 3,100 federal inmates were granted early release. In fact, this law is limited to only ten percent of the entire prison population in the country.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
Federal mugshots are not available online. The only mugshots you can view are from county jail or state prison inmates.Read more
Sex offenders get the same privileges that all other inmates get in the federal system. They get Corrlinks email and 300 minutes just like other inmates.Read more
It could take up to a week or so to gain approval. The facility normally does not notify you when you are approved. It is your inmate's responsibility to let you know. There are a couple of different types of visitation for inmates: Video visitation is becoming more common and in some instances can be done from the comfort of your own home. Video visitation works similar to the way you would use Facetime or Skype. Non-contact or telephoneRead more
You can call the facility and ask to speak to the counselor or case manager.Read more