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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
We would strongly advise you to not go to any visitation. They run your identification against the outstanding warrant list and will detain you if you are wanted.Read more
We would strongly advise that you call the facility visiting room and get the rules. If they are doing an NCIC background check, it will come up. Most times if you get permission after letting them know you want to visit, they will grant you approval.Read more
You might have a problem if the warrants come up when your name is searched in the NCIC database.Read more
Unless there are some restrictions on this particular inmate, they should be able to get a visit after the first weekRead more