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Jail Visits: Taking the Children With You to See Their Parent Inmate

If you want to take children to a jail visit, it is important that you plan ahead. Children's moods, ages and personalities all play a part in how successful the visit will be. Take these steps to ensure success. Your timing: If you have young children, take their nap times into consideration. Nothing is harder […]

When the Newness of Sobriety Wears Off

Sobriety is like a love relationship. When you start out, everything is exciting and new. When I first got clean, everything I read, saw and heard about sobriety was very attractive to me. I spent my free time getting to know it in the same way I would get to know a new woman. The […]

Five Ways to Avoid Violence in Jail or Prison

Jails and prisons can be violent environments, but there are things you can do to minimize your chances of confrontation and trouble. 1. Show no fear – This doesn't mean bullying. It means showing a quiet confidence. Always remain aware of your surroundings, but do it casually without looking nervous. How to build quiet confidence […]

Sentenced to 25 Years to Life: What Does it Mean?

A sentence of 25 to life is very open-ended and frequently, it's not in the offender's favor. If your boyfriend is facing a 25 to life sentence, the bad news is he could potentially spend the rest of his life in prison. The good news is that after 25 years he will be eligible to […]

What Does a 15 Years to Life Sentence Mean?

A sentence of 15 years to life, 25 years to life or similar sounding words all mean the same thing. The only difference is the time frame. What the Number Means The number in the sentence indicates the minimum number of years the inmate must serve before he or she can be considered for parole. […]

Can Inmates in the Hole Still Have Visits?

Inmates end up in solitary confinement for three reasons: punishment, administrative segregation and safety. The reason the inmate was placed in the hole has a significant bearing on whether or not he can have visits. Each jail sets its own rules but the general guidelines include: Punishment: Many jails prohibit inmates in solitary confinement from

Should Children Visit Parents in Jails and Prisons?

Children think in very literal terms. Rules are to be obeyed and if you don't obey them you are being bad. When a parent goes to jail, the child not only has to accept the fact that the parent made a really bad choice, but they also have to comprehend that the parent has been […]

When He's In Jail, How to Provide Holiday Gifts for the Kids

Between supporting the family and providing for his commissary, there isn't much left to cover extras. Most communities provide funds to buy Christmas gifts for children of inmates. You just have to know where to look. Angel Tree This organization provides Christmas gifts and fun for children of inmates nationwide. Churches sign up to work […]

Fun Ideas for Inmate Mail

Writing to your inmate is an invaluable way to communicate. You'll have your share of serious life issues letters, but here are some fun ways to entertain each other through letters. These can be done on postcards, too. Top 5 + 5 = 10 Each of you make a list of your favorite five things […]

What are the Penalties for Probation Violations?

A probation violation conviction can mean being sent to jail or prison, but there are alternative penalties that can be used instead, including: Revocation and reinstatement: The judge and the probation officer can agree to revoke your probation for the violation and immediately reinstate you on new probation. Increased supervision: Your probation rules

When 12-Step Programs Don't Work For You

The 12-Step program is not the only method used in rehabs to assist addicts in getting clean and living sober lifestyles. Some rehabs accomplish the same goals through the following means: Medication Medications are available to assist with addiction. For Opiate addicts, the medication blocks Opiate cravings and in some cases will cause you to […]

Can Inmates Receive Visitors While they are in the Hospital?

Most inmate medical needs are taken care of at the county jail through a doctor and nursing staff. Sometimes a health condition arises that requires hospitalization. Hospital visitation rules depend on several factors: Jail rules: Some jails have a non-negotiable rule that inmates in the hospital cannot receive visitors. They consider it a security

Dealing With Allergies While Incarcerated

You are about to take the deal and it comes with jail or prison time. If you have allergies to food, plants, fabric or other environmental things, it is important that the administrators are made aware. Having an allergic reaction while incarcerated is different than on the outside. PODS and cells don't typically make it […]

Can a Felon Own a Gun In New Mexico?

Generally speaking, federal law makes it a crime for a convicted felon to own or possess a gun or ammunition. If you were convicted of a federal felony crime, you must receive a presidential pardon if you are to ever own a firearm again. Some states, however, have specifically designed laws regarding felons convicted of […]

5 Ways to Help an Addict While he is Away at Rehab

Unless your friend is still living at home with parents and has no bills or responsibilities, he/she is going to need some help while at rehab. The five main reasons addicts worry about being gone are: Pets: If you are an animal lover, you might offer to take his pet in and take of him […]

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Searcy, AR 72143
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What Type of Arrest Warrants Will Cause Social Security Benefits to Stop?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) can only stop your benefits if the arrest warrant is for a fleeing crime. If there is a warrant for something other than fleeing, it does not qualify for benefit cut off or forced repayment. Historically, the SSA stopped benefits for anyone who had an arrest warrant for any reason. […]

What is a Medical POD?

A medical POD in a county jail is an area where prisoners with medical conditions are incarcerated. In some cases, the inmates have long-term medical conditions. In others it is temporary such as for a severe illness or injury that will be recovered from quickly. Which inmates get assigned to Medical PODS? Inmates with injuries […]

Best Days for Inmate Phone Calls

As much as you would like to talk to your inmate each day, the cost of inmate phone calls makes this impossible for most people. If your budget can only handle a couple of calls a week, tell your inmate to call you on Thursdays and Sundays. Thursday Thursday phone calls give you almost the […]

What is a Terry Stop?

You get pulled over and you know all of your lights and turn signals work and you didn't break any traffic laws. The Terry Stop law allows officers to stop you anyway, under certain circumstances. The Law's History This little known law was solidified in 1968 when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Ohio traffic […]

Massachusetts Marijuana Laws

Decriminalizing Marijuana doesn't always mean it is completely legal. In some cases, such as in Massachusetts, possession of less than an ounce is no longer a crime but is now a civil offense. Possession It is a civil offense to possess one ounce or less of Marijuana. If found guilty the fine is $100. In […]

Dealing With Allergies While Incarcerated

You are about to take the deal and it comes with jail or prison time. If you have allergies to food, plants, fabric or other environmental things, it is important that the administrators are made aware. Having an allergic reaction while incarcerated is different than on the outside. PODS and cells don't typically make it […]

Rejected for Inmate Visitation: Why did the jail tell me I can't visit?

You had your heart set on visiting an inmate but the jail has said you can't? Here's why: A prior incident: If guards became suspicious of your behaviors during an earlier visit, but cannot prove you did something wrong, you will avoid a charge but be rejected for visits. For example, the guards suspect you […]

Should Children Visit Parents in Jails and Prisons?

Children think in very literal terms. Rules are to be obeyed and if you don't obey them you are being bad. When a parent goes to jail, the child not only has to accept the fact that the parent made a really bad choice, but they also have to comprehend that the parent has been […]

Sentenced to 25 Years to Life: What Does it Mean?

A sentence of 25 to life is very open-ended and frequently, it's not in the offender's favor. If your boyfriend is facing a 25 to life sentence, the bad news is he could potentially spend the rest of his life in prison. The good news is that after 25 years he will be eligible to […]

An Inmate Must Communicate With the Jail Nurses for Good Care

Due to HIPPA laws, most nurses will refuse to discuss your inmate's medical condition with you unless the inmate provides prior written permission. It will be up to the inmate to work the system from inside. These steps will guide both the inmate and his family on the best way to get medical care while […]

Basics About Felons and the Right to Possess Firearms

Your neighbor has invited you hunting or you want to buy a gun to protect your home. You did your time long ago and are not even on parole or probation anymore, so what's the problem with owning a gun? The problem is you are a convicted felon, and as such the federal government says […]

Cost Effective Ways to Visit an Inmate

The expenses of traveling to visit your inmate can add up quickly. These cost saving measures will make it less painful for your budget. Traveling by car Gas up early Gas up on a weekday. Many gas stations raise the price of a gallon shortly before the weekend. Filling up the tank on a weekday, […]

4 Things to Tell Young Kids When Dad is In Jail

While your husband is incarcerated, your children will want to know what has happened. These four things can ease their mind without burdening them. Explain why he went. Without being specific about the exact crime he is accused of, you can tell the children that the judge thinks their dad broke the law and he […]

What is an Interstate Compact Agreement for a Felon?

An Interstate Compact request made while you are on probation or parole can take a long time, but there is no other way to have your supervision transferred from one state to another without it. Here are some of the basics that apply to most cases. Your probation/parole officer does not have to agree to […]

Jail Visits: Taking the Children With You to See Their Parent Inmate

If you want to take children to a jail visit, it is important that you plan ahead. Children's moods, ages and personalities all play a part in how successful the visit will be. Take these steps to ensure success. Your timing: If you have young children, take their nap times into consideration. Nothing is harder […]

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  1. Angry Fri, Aug 17 2012 7:49 PM

    To Whom It Concerns: My Name is **** *****. My Wife’s Name is *******. This Statement is To Address the Presumption (and Expected Accusation) That We Intentionally Withheld Relevant Information Regarding Our Son’s Medical History. We Filled out a Medical History with the Information Pertaining to This Condition Listed. I Believe We Have Done This More Than Twice. We Signed Multiple Medical Release Forms. Again, Several Times. We Explained In Court When Our Son Was 13 That He Was Unable To Participate in PE at School Due to the Possibility of Damaging His Growth Plate. He Was Disqualified from CSTP Then. We Were of the Belief that All Of This Was In His File. The Staff At CSTP Said It Should Be. We Were Not Aware that It Had Become Our Responsibility To Ensure That The Juvenile Intake Office Has Read The File Of Our Child When They Are Deciding How To Punish him. We Were Not Aware that It Had Become Our Responsibility To Ensure That The LPN Doing a Physical Examination On Our Child Has Read The File Of Our Child Prior To Clearing Him For Such A Program. Two Things Requested To Be Included In This Report Cannot Be Answered By My Wife And I. This Includes: The Question of Why The Probation Officer Was Not Aware Of Our Son’s Medical Condition Before “Intake Day”; As Well As The Question of Why This Was Not Brought Up In Court. It is Unclear To Us How His Probation Officer (Who, we Assume, is in possession of his entire history.) Could be Unaware of His Prior Disqualification From This Program Due to This Medical Condition. It is Unclear To Us How The LPN Performing The Physical Examination (For Whom Medical Release Forms Were Signed and Turned In So That They Would Have His Medical History) Could Have Cleared Him For This Program Unless There Were Accommodations In Place To Allow Someone With A Screw In His Hip’s Growth Plate To Succeed At The Program. It is Unclear To Us Why No One Seems to Have Read Any Part Of His File That Was Not Of Use To Them In Attacking Him. This Was Brought Up In Court When My Son Was Thirteen. It Was a Disqualifier for The CSTP Program Then. That Is Part Of His File. Why Was It Not Brought Up In Court Again?: My Wife And Members From Both Our Families Were In Attendance When This Sentence Was Handed Out. I Was At Work. The Prosecutor Began Rehashing All The Problems My Son Has Had (For Which He Had Already Been Punished) Until My Wife Began an Intense Dialog Requesting This Not Be Considered For His Current Punishment. He Was In Court For Having a Single Joint, and A Nine Week Program, Together With Community Service and a Fine, as Well as Probation and Having His License to Drive Suspended for Two Years, Seemed Excessive (It Still Does). My Wife’s Efforts To End This Then Did Not Succeed. (If Only She Had Known That Bringing Up The Hip Screw Would Have At Least Ended The Boot Camp Part….) The Only Consolation My Wife Had Was That Judge Hanna Ordered The Prosecutor Not To Bring Up Anything Else For Which He Had Already Been Punished. The Weight Had Already Been Added, However, as My son Was Still Given The Five-Part Sentence. Due To My Wife’s Frustration With The Prosecutor’s Determination to Give Our Son These Five Punishments for a Single Joint, She Did Not Bring Up The Hip Screw, Having Concluded That They Were Going To Do It Like They Did At Louisville (Allowing Our Son To Participate in-so-much as He Was Able). We Discovered That Was Not The Case On “Intake Day” at CSTP When We Inquired About The Accommodations. That Is Why WE Did Not Make An Issue Of It Until That Day. Once It Was Determined By CSTP Staff That Our Son Had A Hip Screw, They Told Us That He Could Not Participate In The Program Until They Received A Letter From the Orthopedic Doctor Who Installed The Screw Stating That He Would Be Able To Do The Intense Physical Activity Without Risk Of Damage To The Growth Plate or Hip. Mr. Barry Nixon (The Youth Program Coordinator at CSTP) Stated That It Was Not Our Responsibility To Make Sure He Was Able To Participate and That We Were Not In Trouble Because They Could Not Accept Him Right Now. Mr. Nixon Stated That They Did Not Have The Ability to Make Accommodations for Our Son. Period. He Sent Us To The Nurse Who Said They Would Not Be Able To Clear Him Until They Received A Letter From That Doctor. The Nurse Indicated That This Should Have Been With His File But Wasn’t. The Nurse Reiterated That This Was Not Our Fault And That Our Son Would Have To Run Miles and Perform Intense Workouts Every Day. They Make No Exceptions. Conclusion: I Consider It To Be Unfortunate That the White County Arkansas Juvenile System “Lost A Bed” at CSTP Because They Did Not Take The Time To Read The Entire File On My Son. I Consider It To Be Unfortunate That The Vagaries of The Prosecutor So Upset My Wife That She Was Unable To Effect Her Own Desired Result By Illuminating The Flaw In The Research of The Prosecuting Team. I Consider It To Be Unfortunate That It Now Seems That My Wife And I May Well Have To Hire An Attorney To Defend Ourselves Against The Anger And Power Of The Office Of That Same Prosecutor (Who, Along With Our Son’s Probation Officer, Seem to Be Blaming US for Not Attending To These Responsibilities). I Concede That The Last Bit There is A Bit Premature. Maybe….

  2. also angry Sun, Oct 07 2012 11:55 AM

    Awsome letter, well spoken and evidently mistreated by our system. May we all have to walk a mile in each others at some point...maybe the prosecutor will have a child or grandchild they dearly love that falls by the wayside.........

  3. Ron Sun, Nov 17 2013 12:59 AM

    Can I fax a letter to an imate, instead of mailing a letter? Or email ?

  4. me Mon, Aug 18 2014 3:55 AM

    I've been on parole since 2011 I confessed to being dirty 3 times I went through that parole drug classes I missed a few classes but had Dr notes for myself or diebetic son or was called back to work and I'm a single mom of 3 n a grand baby all but 1son lives with me n I provide for us n my house I get no help child support ,food stamps only money from my job. I was dropped from my last class because I had to work my drug specialist n I had talked n decided it might b best for 1on1 counseling so I called n mad appt I've been seeing a counseler but they r wanting to send me to TPV IVE. COME ALONG way n I'll loose my job ,home n all if that happens they say they received a call saying I was involved with drugs the only involvement is I've back slid a couple times is there any chance of other sanctions besides locking me away somewhere I'm sorry for my mess ups n plead for another chance. People do lie on others n that phone call or calls were not true

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