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You are probably already approved, we would give them a call at the facility to double-checkRead more
Calls - Yes; Visitation - No, normally the co-defendant is not eligible. You can petition for a special waiver from the warden, however your chances improve once you have completed the diversion program.Read more
We are not 100% on the additional rules for handling overcrowding at Three Lakes Conservative Camp's visitation. We encourage you to call the facility to be sure - 702-879-5475Read more
Yes, you both may visitRead more
No, they will do their own background check off of the information provided on the application. If you have a felony conviction, you will need special permission from the supervisor.Read more
No, the rules prohibit a former inmate from visiting other inmates. The only time that might be allowed is if you are related, and not a part of the crime that incarcerated your friend. Even then, you will need written permission from the warden.Read more
Nothing is free - prison is a profit deal. They set up the video system because they cannot charge for in-person visits. Now they have a way to charge you for visitation.Read more
Probably not. There are specific rules against anyone with a prior felony to visitation, anywhere. The only way it could ever happen is with the written approval from the warden and even then it would take a helluva reason for them to allow it.Read more
It would be very risky to attempt a visit with your situation. There is a high likelihood that you would be held for the county that has a warrant out for you.Read more