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Bexar County Jail
200 N Comal
John: Time served which was two weeks.
Raquel: I was locked up in the annex for almost a year before getting my 10 probation sentence. I am 9 years into it.
Colby: Defered Adjudicated
Nikki: I violated my probation and was charged with an MTR, motion to revoke... the judge sentenced me to 90 days on an electonic moniter
Hoyllwood: only a few hours.
Pat: 3yrs tdc
Jeremy: I was sentenced to 6 months county time.
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?
John: Just like pre sentencing. Your in there with everyone-murders, rapists, etc.
Raquel: Yes, you go back into the holding cell and wait for the bus to transfer you back to the jail.
Colby: Yes, No different if in jail on Holidays but did have different moods from other inmates as they miss there families and reminisce would it would be like if they were out..
Nikki: I was in a holding cell for about 30 minutes and then transported back to Bexar County Jail
Lea: Holding cell sucked. It is before they classify where you will be until your court date which can be anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months before you actually see the judge, the girls in the holding cell are in there for anything from minor possesion charges to serious assault charges.
Hoyllwood: After the sentencing it seemed as if they took even longer to do nothing. haha what do they care? Our tax dollars pay them.
Woody: spent alot of time in a cell
Jeremy: Yeah, I was taken to a holding cell after I got sentenced. Again it was also crowded but this time the emotions were more varied. Some were obviously happy because they got a lot less time than they thought they were going to get. others were seriously and majorly pissed off because they got a lot of fuckin time. Some who were newbies in the system were crying because they had never gone to jail before and were scared.
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Located in San Antonio, Texas, the Bexar County Jail serves a county population of 0ver 1,600,000.
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