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Yes, we would be ahppy to help you locate your loved one. We need their name and the state you think they are incarcerated in. Was the crime a state or federal crime? Also, if you have their DOB, that might help. Sometimes the information is very recent and we would have to refer you to a pay service that has the freshest information. It's about $20, but if you are really in need, that is the best option.Read more
If you go in and have fines or restitution owed, you definitely will have money taken from your commissary account to start paying down that amount. As far as credited time, every inmate begins their bid with "earned good time". In almost every case, that is 15%. Misbehavior and incident reports can cause the loss of this time. Anytime spent incarcerated will count as a day, whether it's an hour or 23 hours, you get credit for "one day".Read more
Which state? there are two dozen Jefferson County'sRead more
The Supervision with Immediate Enforcement (SWIFT) Court is a specialty court to address the needs of offenders to divert them from the full criminal justice process.This court was designed to reduce recidivism rates of drug participants. This was later applied to probation violators, especially those testing positive for illicit drugs. If the failed drug test is their only violation, it's possible the judge will extend their probation, add some additional sanctions (community service) or counseling. However, they have probablyRead more
In disciplinary hearings, there are no lawyers or advocates to plead the inmate's case. The investigative wing of the facility will interview and question others that they think are involved, or have any information to add to their file. The lead officer, the DHO will preside over the 5-10 minute hearing and make their recommendation right there.Read more
Early information on arrests is not readily available on the various inmate locators. This is the reason that we have a third-party firm that requires a small fee for this fresh information. Here is the link to the new ARREST RECORDS available now.Read more
This depends on where they are being held. Most long term facilities have many options for vocational and educational improvement. It could always be better, our advise is to get your inmate involved in all the programming the facility offers and if able, enroll them in college courses offered by legitimate universities under the "distance learning" programs.Read more
Contempt of Court is not bondable. The judge that cited your offender is holding them in jail because they have not followed some order that was handed down. Whether it relates to domestic, civil or criminal contempt, the judge decided how long the person will remain locked up.Read more
Inmates are not forced to open mail or email sent to them, any more than you are. In fact, the inmate can reject letters and visits if they choose.Read more