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He will have the option to remove you again if he is adamant about not seeing you right now. You might start by writing him a letter and seeing if you can work things out before resubmitting.Read more
You might find that attitude in any walk of life. The cashier at Walmart, the nurse at your doctor's office or the deli man at the grocery could all have "a bad day". For you to think that YOU need to kiss their ass is an indictment on your attitude. WAKE UP, this isn't a hotel or restaurant. The guards are not social workers, they are paid to oversee prisoners, not patrons. YOU follow their rules without arrogance or don'tRead more
Yes, you can come to any of the Broward County jails with a photo ID. Visitors must have proper / current photo identification. (NO IDENTIFICATION - NO VISIT) Visitors must be on time. Visitors must abide by the dress code. Visitors may be subjected to a pat-down / frisk search and / or electronic search for the detection of contraband. Children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times. Visitors cannot be on parole, probation, orRead more
Probably in a week or soRead more
Special visits are up to the warden. If your visitor makes a compelling case for the special visit, they usually allow them. If your visitor is traveling over 150 miles, they almost always grant the special visit.Read more
Visiting rules are different for every facility. You will most likely need to send a Visitation Application into the facility and await approval.Read more
we would advise calling the facility and speak to the correctional officer that oversees the visiting room. Find out their policy about leaving your dog in the car, or find out what is acceptableRead more
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