JM: How often could you receive visitors? Deidre: Once every two weeks for about fifteen to thirty
minutes on a Saturday afternoon unless we were
locked down and had visitation taken away.
JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you? Deidre: I am not sure. I did not have any visitors while
I was there. I do not know if people were patted
down, but I do know a guy was told to leave when
he answered his cell phone and did not get off
of it quick enough.
JM: What was the visiting environment like? Deidre: Horrendous. People came in down the walk and
stood in front of their family memebers cell,
they had to stand behind a yellow line, so that
there was no chance of contact for everyones
safety. There was a jailor present at all times.
Family and friends saw their family inside their
cell with three other women.