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Depending on your bid, you're going to have to search for the "cure for boredom" as it fits you. Reading was my thing, it's partly why this website exists. You have to get yourself into a routine. And not get yourself jammed up in any inmate nonsense. You will make friends and exist partly because of that comradery. But, do NOT and never share tales of your crime, your sentence, any co-defendant with anyone while locked up. "Anything you sayRead more
Yes it is... anything that helps them feel connected to the outside while inside is a great morale-lifter.Read more
Prison is hell. This sounds like group punishment which happens all the time. There is literally nothing you (or your inmate) can do but endure the time and focus on being better when they are released (because you surely don't want to go back)Read more
Every facility is different, we would advise calling the chaplain to get the current acceptable rules for rosary or religious chainsRead more
awesome! like paradise, except you are told when to sleep, when to wake up, where to sit, when to eat, and limited contact with the outside world.Read more
Quarantined inmates are permitted one 15-minute call per 7 days. They are locked down 24/7 except for 3 hours per week of "rec yard time" and 3 showers per week.Read more
This depends on where you are doing your time. 1-2 years in women's federal, you are probably in lower custody facilities. My best advice is to remain quiet, don't talk about your charge or your co-defendants and always look them in the eye when talking. No one wants to stay any longer than they have to so, most if not all are not looking to catch another charge and adding to the sentence. BUT, If there is anything of aRead more
State prison is for all persons prosecuted and convicted by the District Attorney of a particular county within a state. These charges can range from simple theft to rape and murder. Therefore, there is a wide range of inmates in state prisons. They are assigned housing based on the crime, length of sentence, and previous criminal history. State time has hardships that fed time doesn't because of budget differences. For instance, Florida and Texas prisons do not have air conditioning.Read more
This depends on their custody level and the security level at the facility they are incarcerated in. Minimum security, there are no cells, you live in a barracks setting where there are 100 people in one large room and you are only there to sleep and count times. Low security, there are 2-3 man cells. They are given recreation time outside their cells for more than 10 hours a day. Medium security, there are 1-2 man cells. TheyRead more