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Getting along with other inmates
Time off for good behavior
Food and Commissary
Bucks County Jail
1730 S Easton Rd
Tara: assigned 4 to 24 months. Was out as soon as 4 months was up.
Greg: I would send to exactly 30 days no more no less
Don: 11 1/2 to 23 months
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?
Tara: No, I was given an ankle bracelet and sent home to get my affairs in order. I reported voluntarily about 3 weeks later.I reoorted on time, and the processing took over 6 hours, nonetheless. During which time, no one fed me. i didn't eatthat first day.
Greg: I did spend time in a holding cell for a couple hours waiting for other inmates to have the hearings finished and then I was transported to the Prison and how are they holding cell while I was processed
Don: Yes I did. I was trying to process everything that had happened. It smells So bad, it's small there is no toilet just a drain in the floor. It sucked
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