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Before you go in, many people seek out a "prison consultant". If you have the money, it's thousands and thousands of dollars for the same advice you can get here, reading actual former inmate's answers... for free. You want to make sure you have support, lots of support, from family and friends. It would help immensely if you can set up an inmate account in advance and put money into it. You will need the money to buy things from theRead more
Intake and assignment can be quick if they were transferred within the same prison system. However, across agencies, the processing could take up to two weeks before visitation and phone privileges are restored.Read more
This depends on the release terms set by the case manager. If your sentence is over two years, there is likely to be some halfway house. The counselors in the halfway house are motivated to send residents for home confinement as soon as they meet some minimum requirements like a safe place to live, a job to go to and the promise to avoid known felons while on probation,Read more
Actually, it's cheaper than that! For the 9-Letter and 8-Picture Packages, the total is only $16.00. That is why we have these packages, to help save money and budget yourself through the entire bidRead more
General inmates can access air-conditioning in buildings designated for chapel, programs, classification, medical and administration. There is also a gym. As an aside, the new institutions are designed with air-conditioning, but many current FDOC facilities were constructed prior to air-conditioning being commonplace and were instead designed to facilitate airflow to provide natural cooling within them. Housing units with air-conditioning make up approximately 24 percent of FDC’s housing units (dorms).Read more
If the inmate's posted release date is 9/15/24, it has likely already been considered including the good-time credit given at the time of incarceration by the FBOP (automatic 15%). An inmate can only lose part or all of that good time, not gain more ...unless they decide to cooperate and give someone up to get some time shaved.Read more
There are limited ways to "speak to an inmate". The obvious ways are with the telephone, but the inmate must initiate the call. For them to do that, there needs to be an account set up somewhere. Visitation is another way. Writing letters is another way to communicate. All of these methods are going to have some costs associated, unfortunately. Getting locked up is more expensive to the friends and family on the outside than for the inmate on the inside.Read more
The biggest no-no in jail is to talk about your case. People in jail have usually not been sentenced yet. Jail is not prison, it comes before prison. Inmates in jail are still fighting their cases, as are you. Talking to them about your case could end up putting you away. If you tell them something juicy enough, they'll call their attorney and provide the information they heard from you. The hope is that ratting on you gets them a lighter sentence. Prosecutors willRead more
You can pay his bond as long as you have not been ordered against doing so...Read more
RRM (residential reentry management) center is the federal halfway house in Central FloridaRead more