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Pasco County Jail
20101 Central Blvd.
Kyle: I was given "time served" and released later that night at 7:30. I had served a total of 35 days.
Alan: i did 20 days then 4 years probation
Mary: I was placed on 2 year drug offender probation plus 60 days in jail that was time served
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?
Kyle: It took three hours to finally be taken back to the van for transport back to the jail.
Alan: you go to a holding cell you are cuffed to another person its not bad has lon g has you show respect once everyone is done with court then you go back to your cell
Mary: I went to final court from the outside not from with in so as soon as I was sentenced I went directly across the street to the probation office and then transferred to Pinellas County where I reside now
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