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Mohave County Jail
501 Historic U.S. 66
Luis: I received 30 days in jail and 3 years of probation.
Scott: 30 days but i had a hold for another state
JM: Did you spend time in a holding cell after your sentencing? If so, what was that like? If you didn't where did they they take you instead?
Luis: After sentencing I had about 18 days to turn myself into the jail. I spent a few hours in the holding tank and was transferred to the annex where I spent about 2 weeks on the un-sentenced side before they moved me to the sentenced side
Scott: we were put in a cage that held around 30 or so people but there were only about 6 or so and there was a tv on the wall outside the cage and you were alowed to watch it as long as you sat up and kept your feet on the floor but it was going on 48 or more hours and we kept trying to lay down and finally they took us and put us in a holding cell for another ten hours which was worse but we were able to lay down on the concrete floor and sleep
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