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Yes, in some locations but please call the facility visiting room for the latest updates to the ever-changing rulesRead more
Visitation is Friday night, Saturday and Sunday (8am - 3pm) and Monday nights. They restrict weekend days to one visit depending on your inmate's ID number... they do Sat/Sun like odd/even to keep the visitation traffic under control. Fri/Mon nights there are no restrictions. So, you can visit three days per week if you are able to get there that often. We recommend calling first, COVID is back in the news so there might be cancelations.Read more
The inmate will NOT be held accountable if a potential visitor has an outstanding warrant come up during the approval process. The inmate is notified but not punished.Read more
There are calendar spots with a limited number of spaces available at the times that your inmate is allowed to have video visitation. You will have to find another suitable time that works for you both.Read more
New Mexico did away with conjugal visits for inmates in 2014. New York, California, Washington and Connecticut still offer them to prisoners.Read more
Inmates can buy "picture tickets" at the commissary. They will take a picture in the visiting room and have it developed off-site. The inmate gets the color print in about a week.Read more
Your inmate knows when you are approved to visitRead more
The inmate has to initiate the call. They do not allow incoming calls for inmates.Read more
Yes, that is the baseline rule for every visiting approval - people with a felony record are immediately removed from consideration. BUT, that is not always the end of the road. You can (and definitely should) write a nice, humble letter to the warder and "appeal your case". Don't dwell on your former charge or when it was, but more importantly how you have a plan to help the inmate to not re-offend. To help them become a good citizenRead more
The only way to appeal it is to write the warden. Take a humble approach and be very respectful when communicating. They have the final say. If you are pushy or demanding, you will get nowhere.Read more