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“Ask the Inmate” is not a direct communication link to a particular inmate, it is a question and answer forum between you and a former inmate who knows how things work on the inside. To communicate with a particular prison or jail, you will have to contact them directly.Read more
You can file for divorce from prison, but meeting the filing and appearance requirements is more difficult. You usually must start the divorce proceedings in the court that handles divorce cases in your spouse's county of residence. Talk to your spouse before filing, if possible. If you both agree to the divorce and its terms -- referred to as an uncontested divorce -- divorcing while you're in prison becomes much easier. Step 1Ask for a visit to the prison library.Read more
It all depends upon the security level of the facility. If it is a minimum security prison, then there will be places for the kids to play with their father. If it is higher levels, then it is much more strict about keeping the kids from roaming around - it's tough for them to sit still for long visits, but you don't know why certain inmates are there and the guards are mindful that kids could be targets, too. SoRead more
You are actually communicating with "former inmates" who are trained to give accurate, forthright and first hand accounts of all things incarceration-related topics.Read more
The best way to get through with an emergency is the inmate's counselor, their case manager or in extreme cases the chaplain.Read more
It depends solely on the institution rules. Federal prison you definitely can, the various state institutions are not consistent in their rules. We would advise getting in touch with the chaplainRead more
We would need to know the state he is in and whether the charge was state or federal. Let us know and we'll help you.Read more
It varies by location and their policies, but usually the inmate will be able to set up their telephone list within 1-2 weeks if your are immediate family, a little longer if not. Letters may be sent as soon as the inmate has money on the commissary to buy stamps.Read more
Sólo hay dos maneras de comunicarse con el recluso, una es a través del servicio de envío de cartas y la otra es a través del teléfono. Los reclusos deben iniciar las llamadas, no se puede llamar a la instalación. Si la llamada son de larga distancia, se puede obtener un número local que hará que las llamadas le cuesten aproximadamente el 90% menos. Por favor, póngase en contacto con nosotros si necesita cualquier tipo de asistencia con estos servicios.Read more
FDC Miami is a tall maximum security facility in downtown Miami. The email system is called TruLinks and can be accessed by logging onto Corrlinks.com.Read more