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Unless there are some restrictions on this particular inmate, they should be able to get a visit after the first weekRead more
They are brought in through the visiting room by visitors. I've seen inmates get fresh sneakers from the visitors, where they change shoes during the visit. The same thing goes for other articles of clothing where they are worn into the visiting room and then swapped with the inmate.Read more
If he was roughed up, prepare the kids that he might have some boo boos and to not worry, he'll be okay. That way they will not be alarmed if he has a black eye or something visible like that.Read more
Probably, but you'll have to apply at the facility to see for sure.Read more
You must petition the warden for a special visit. More than likely, you will be granted it as you are married.Read more
Possibly. You will have to petition the warden (or captain) for a special waiver. Being that you are a parent would elevate your chances higher than if you were not.Read more
Colorado Department of Corrections visitation applicationRead more
No, you cannot bring anything to visitation but your keys and some money in a clear plastic bag. We encourage you to go to the facility page where your inmate is located and read about the specific visiting rules and regulations. They are all different, and they change often.Read more
This depends on where you are intending to visit. InmateAid has a very comprehensive list of everything you could ever want to know about visiting a prison or jail. Most facilities allow for visiting on New Year's Eve and New Year'Read more
Visitation applications may be downloaded on InmateAid for free. Since you haven't told us where your inmate is being held, we would only be guessing as to the proper procedures. If you know the location, look it up on the Prison Directory and click on Visitation Rules for full disclosure of what you'll need to have in order to visit your loved one.Read more