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Anything is possible, but it would be information we would not have first-hand knowledge aboutRead 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
Depends on the person, being in jail will change only those that can see they need changing. Jasil for many is a wake-up call. If it's not a wake-up call then they are lying to themselves and probably others, too.Read 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
Not likely, however it does happen from time-to-time at institutions across the country. We post stories of women who have compromised the system by having an affair and then doing something that crossed the legal-line. Then they get arrested and become an inmate themselves.Read more
you can select any inmate to write from over 2 million people incarcerated.and in our database. select a name and click on Letter to Inmate and start writing :)Read more
Probably pretty good... what do you think??Read more
There are two types of men. Men that cheat and men that don't. If the relationship has run it's course as he headed into prison, being apart isn't going to make it better, even if you are loyal, send him money, spend time on the phone, go to visitation, do the little things that probably are rule-breakers to make him happy... But if the guy was loyal to you going in, he'll appreciate you even more when he gets outRead more
You can call the facility and ask them. They are not supposed to share anything about the inmate's actions inside the facility, including their cellie. If you get one that you can get to know (a counselor or unit secretary), you might talk them into giving little tidbits about the inmate, but it's a rule-breaker if they do. Most state prisons have 2-3 people per cell. If you get lucky enough not to have a roommate, then that wouldn't beRead more
Inmate's privacy is protected just like yours. You shouldn't be able to get any personal information. If you call his couselor and talk with a humble tone, you might get a little information out of them like the infraction-thing. The counselors want the inmates to succeed. If you are interested in his rehabiliation and take an interest, you might get a willing participant.Read more