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Subject: Bond questions

Usually not. it would have to be a very slight violation. Magistrates HATE seeing an offender violate in any way... makes them think the person that got an early release really didn't deserve it. 

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Subject: Release questions

Not enough info to give you a good guess. Getting new charges while on paper is asking for trouble. On its face, and in our opinion, getting released would be the least likely option (judges figure repeat offenders haven't learned their lesson)

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Subject: Parole & probation

He would have to have a suitable residence and job awaiting him outside of Arkansas if he wants to do his parole time out-of-state.

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Subject: Website function questions

We have been around since 2012, and we serve folks with people in all LA County Jails

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Subject: Bond questions

Non-violent offenders are treated for bail similarly to all defendants. The magistrate assesses the crime, the criminal history, the size of the loss, and potential harm to the public if released. If it is determined that all of the criteria is benign and there is no risk that the offender will appear for their court appointment, then there is a chance that they will be ROR's (released on their own recognizance) 

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Subject: Sending mail inside

Inmates have no access to the internet, however there are some facilities that allow inmate email. This is not an "open internet", but a closed system where all email correspondence is on a 2-3 hour delay and everything is closely monitored.

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Subject: Survive prison

Yes it is... anything that helps them feel connected to the outside while inside is a great morale-lifter.

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Subject: Survive prison

Prison is hell. This sounds like group punishment which happens all the time. There is literally nothing you (or your inmate) can do but endure the time and focus on being better when they are released (because you surely don't want to go back)

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Subject: Sending mail inside

You cannot call the inmate, the inmate has to initiate the calls. If you want to write her, you can get a paper and pen, envelope and stamp...make sure you have the correct mailing address. And of course, if you are pressed for time, the InmateAid app makes it VERY easy and if you are going to write a lot, the package cost comes out to less than a dollar (including the 58 cents per stamp)

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Subject: Family services

Inmates are not eligible for any government assistance including Social Security and welfare. Since you are asking, if you attempt to collect on behalf of an incarcerated person there is a very good chance you will become an inmate, too.

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