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Contact the Clerk of the Court in the county where the charge was filed. You can also use our partner who gives our members the latest arrest data (for a small fee). Click here to check it out.Read more
Yes, we have a connection linked on the site for the most recent Arrest Record Search, but there is a small fee to retrieve the exact information you are seeking.Read more
Click on the Arrest Record button on almost every page. There is a small fee for the information but it is accurate and recent.Read more
Arrest Records are NOT available online unless you pay a fee. You can click here to see if it helps.Read more
We dont know the facility where your inmate is incarcerated, but MoneyGram is the most trusted and widespread way to get your inmate money.Read more
It's not the institution being civil, it's the population make-up. Neither have reports of unrest or violence that would give them a bad grade. The idea of being incarcerated for anyone that hasn't is frightening. The shows on TV edit their programs to show the worst and most shocking. Don't let your imagination get the best of you. Once they get settled and into a routine, get a feel for the other inmates, they tend to fit right into theRead more
Only inmates that have a smartphone that was illegally smuggled to them. This is a very common occurrence, believe it or not, but it is very dangerous to have. When I first got to federal prison, the cell phones would light up like Christmas when the lights were turned off. Dozens had them and would definitely post stuff on Facebook or go onto dating sites. It's crazy to do because they ALL get caught eventually. I only know of ONE inmate that did hisRead more
You have to keep calling the facility, ask to speak to a counselor, the chaplain, the nurse... the warden's secretary. Someone will eventually listen to you and get you the information on your husband.Read more
Florida gives 15% good time credits at the beginning of their sentence. Parole is set by the judge at the time of sentnecing. If the judge allows for parole, then the offender will be eligible to apply at the 1/3 mark in their sentence. The transfers are internal and we would only be guessing as to why (it's not always something negative).Read more