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There is an orientation period that usually takes a couple of days to a week to complete. During that time they do an evaluation of the inmate and provide them with the rules and expectations while in custody. Once they have finished with everything, the inmates may make calls, receive visits and go to the commissary.Read more
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There aren't many ways to effectuate change through advocacy for a federal inmate. Unless you have DNA evidence that can attract the attention of a judge that would cause the case to be reopened it's almost impossible to go against the full weight of the United States Department of Justice - the odds are heavily on their side.Read more
They are either stored in a container and held in the facility, OR they are sent to the inmate's home addressRead more
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They are all basically the same, they all suck. Otero is a privately run prison and in my experience the guards and staff are well-trained and the rules are very strict. They do not play, and if you test them, they will put you in the hole for a long stay.Read more
County jails have an area for recreation. Some have a walled area with a fence or grid over the top. Inmates can play basketball, exercise or just get fresh air. When the "outdoor air" is not an option, the jail will have a gym for the inmates to go to 2-3 times per week to blow off some steam.Read more
Usually, there is an Admissions and Orientation period. It should be completed within the first week to ten days and then he will be able to call, have visitation and get commissaryRead more