JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications? Ron: Yes. Some would cost if you needed them you had
to buy them. JM: No. You will not be given medication unless you can
justify the use. Most people suffer until a symptom
gets far worst. There is no in-house doctor. Julianne: they refuse you your medicine even if you have a
percription or are in pain or in need of it.
they are very abuseive Rick: yessnurse
JM: How did you get your medications? Ron: The nurse would come around with the med. cart
twice a day. JM: A nurse comes by once a day. Julianne: i did not need any but i saw they who did. and
they lived in fear of them who gave it. Rick: nurse 2 times a day
JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this? Ron: Loss of gain time, possible time in confinement.
Depending on what type of drugs and how it is
being abused, they could tack on another charge
and you may have to do more time. JM: Confiscation. It depended on the drug itself- you're
not going to get heavy narcotics in the jail- asprin
might be the strongest thing you get. Julianne: i saw too much i knew correction officers who
did do drugs i knew too much, Rick: i never seen