Thank you for trying AMP!
You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!
Moral support cant buy snacks at the commissary. So, my choice would be the financial support (within reason) because that says a lot more than a moral support speech and by its very nature shows "moral support" at the same time.Read more
We are not familiar with a legal filing costing $1, maybe it's true but it doesn't seem like you would get much help for one dollar. My advice would be to investigate the process in your county. You might be able to do this pro se (represent yourself), Google the information and write up the motion yourself. That would cost less than one dollar (although there is probably a fee to file with the county).Read more
You know what you need to do. Trust your internal voice. There are plenty of other opportunities for love out there in this big world, you just have to have the courage to go out and see.Read more
You cannot get any information from the prison regarding an inmate's visiting list, phone list or who puts money on their books. The inmate's privacy is protected completely. If you suspect that this is still happening, it probably is.Read more
At the risk of being too promotional for the merits of InmateAid, simply click on the Letters and Photos section write that inmate letting them know exactly how you feel. And keeping with the spirit of what we do, you can keep your location anonymous using our service, too.Read more
Absolutely not, there is zero interaction.Read more
Sounds like it's time to speak to a divorce lawyerRead more
It means he wants to look at you. That is a good thing, don't you think? InmateAid has a great service where you can take selfies (even a little sexy if you want just no nudity) and we turn them into beautiful 4" x 6" glossy photos and mail them for only $1.49.Read more
It's called "super-optimism", where criminal thinking always expects to achieve success in any scheme they hatch They plan meticulously, gather resources, and when it is time to go hot, they proceed with a maddening sense of optimism that for a moment they feel invisible and untouchable. There are no negative thoughts, therefore, they are not thinking about the consequences. In the end, it is blind optimism where everyone else pays for the gamble that didn't pay off.Read more
You're asking a former inmate how to stop another inmate from contacting your girlfriend?? First, we don't snitch and second, you don't sound strong enough to keep her. The inmate already won.Read more