Reviewed on: April 17,2023

Whenever an inmate turns himself into a county jail and is transferred to state prison, how did they get the money left over on their commissary account at the county jail

Asked: April 12,2023
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Money on the books at the county jail is not transferrable in traditional ways. The inmate has to request a check for the remaining balance to be sent to their home address. Adding money to an inmate account in a State Prison starts anew, with new funds. If the inmate gets moved within the State system, the funds will transfer from facility to facility. 

Accepted Answer Date Created: April 13,2023

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