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The inmates create their own call list. The only restrictions are people that were in your case (co-defendants), judges, prosecutors and victims. Otherwise, the list can be pretty vast.Read more
what facility is he in?Read more
Call the facility visiting room during normal visiting hours and see when your inmate's visiting hours are. OR, ask your inmate when their days are.Read more
The prison officials must maintain and ensure that there is no smuggling of contraband by the visitors. Strip searching is the most effective way to do that.Read more
As a general rule, juvenile facilities only allow visitation from the immediate family. It has nothing to do with your age, it's limited to mother, father, sister, brother and grandparents only.Read more
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
One video visit per day... maybe once a week depending on the inmate. The VISITOR is the one that pays for the service.Read more
Your inmate gets the approval notices from their counselor and will have to let you know either by phone or a letter - the institution does not notify people whatsoever.Read more
The entire visitation process for the Arizona State Prison Complex (including ASPC Yuma - La Paz Unit) is online: https://www.inmateaid.com/visitation/aspc-yuma-la-paz-unitRead more
This is common and you shouldn't have a problem getting permission from the Captain or Warden at Powell County. You will have to make a special appeal to get that permission, we would advise first telling your story to the warden's secretary. Be humble and sincere... if you ask the right way, they'll let you visit.Read more