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Burlington County Jail
54 Grant St
Jon: 32 days was the time i did between county and minimum security jail altogether..
tony: 1 year
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?
Jon: I spent an hour and a half in holding cell by myself so it was easy and gave me time to think about everything that was happening to me.
tony: yes 3 day lock down over the weekend. it f*ing sucked 3 people in a 5 by 8 cell. no showers no phone AND SH*TY FOOD
Life inside the Burlington County Jail
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Located in historic Burlington, New Jersey, the facility serves a county population of about 500,000. We have spoken with some former inmates and acquired information about what life is like first-hand. Feel free to search the interviews and content of the site; we are sure you will find the answers you need.
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