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You will only have a problem if there is a bench warrant. Did you have a court date and fail to appear? If so, there might be a warrant (or maybe not), so you'll have to decide whether to test it. A simple traffic ticket will not cause you a problem.Read more
Well, congratulations for riding it out with him. This next episode will be another test. He is going to be overwhelmed at all the new technology that everyone uses and knows well. He'll feel left out in that regard. He will be somewhat institutionalized in the habits and routines that got him to the door. The hurdles are finding work and getting into positive and progressive routines that have some hope attached. Without that feeling that he can provide for hisRead more
OMG YES! If you could see the inmate's faces at mail call, you would know how vitally import getting something. Not to be a commercial, but that is what InmateAid is all about. The services on the site are the ONLY things we can do for our loved ones stuck inside. Letters with great quality photos, postcards where you can upload any picture to the other side of your message, greeting cards for every holiday and meaning, magazine subscriptions -Read more
People who go to jail a lot seem to be on the move quite often. It has nothing to do with caring, its about survival in many cases. If you have moved on, it's probably for the best.Read more
The system has a keyword checker much like a search engine. If it hears one of those words, it'll cause a violation. If there is a third voice on the line, it'll trigger a violation. There are also live correction officers listening in real time (not always, just spot checking from time-to-time), the inmate may not have any conversation about "business dealings", so if the guard hears talk of money or business directions that could trigger a violation. One thing isRead more
Your inmate must get permission from the warden - and prison is normally the place where an inmate may get married. Jail marriage does not happen often if at all. Only inmates with long sentences (along with a perfect record while incarcerated) are eligible. Our advice is: if your relationship is strong, marriage is not going to change anything. If you are getting married for other reasons, we would recommend waiting until you can have a proper ceremony.Read more
Manafort will get a longer sentence because he went to trial and lost. The government will file a PreSentence Report to the judge and try to pile on as much time as they can, maybe asking for 20 years - which really adds to the drama. There are sentencing guidelines which federal prosecutors push to the high side of the range - understanding that they get graded on how much time their "wins" bring. It's a shitty system, but itsRead more
it does happen sometimes, you read about guards getting caught up in things with the inmates. once the affair is exposed, the offending guard is prosecuted and charged with a felony. Their punishment: the inmate gets a few months in the SHU but the prison guard ends up an inmate in prison themselves.Read more
The call list should remain intact with the transfer. Depending on their local rules, he should be able to call once he gets assigned his new housing situation.Read more
If this is federal, all of the inmate's calling list remains in tact. As long as there is money, they should be able to call. Don't forget, InmateAid can get you a local number to almost any federal facility - making the calls only 6 cents per minute.Read more