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Usually within the first week unless they are overbooked with new inmates, then the process is a little slowerRead more
Try the inmate locator for the Texas Dept of Criminal Justice (https://inmate.tdcj.texas.gov/InmateSearch/start.action)... inmates get moved from time to time for various reasons, some transfers are for positive reasons even.Read more
Some State Prison websites post the inmate's work and disciplinary history. If they don't, you would have to contact the inmate's counselor or case manager for details. The BOP (federal) does not post this informationRead more
The letter will reach your inmate if you have their name and inmate ID. The mail room knows where to find every inmate.Read more
this forum is for former inmates to answer questions about their experiences firsthand. we don't find charges or bail amounts for individuals. you can try vinelink.com to assist in locating your inmate. the charges and bail can be found at the clerk of the court where the charges were originally filedRead more
You should call the facility and ask to speak to your husband's case manager or counselor. They will have the most accurate and up-to-date information.Read more
the inmate locator for the prison is the easiest way. if they are not in state or federal try vinelink.comRead more
Call the facility and ask to speak to your inmate's case managerRead more