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Interview with Sonia

JM: Did you have regular access to telephones?
Sonia: Yes there were phones the phones were set up thru a company that friends and family were required to add funds to an account and then actually then required the person being called to accept the call. I could not call anyone accept those who paid the money and accepted the calls so I used the phone rarel

JM: What types of charges applied for calling people? How much money would you guess the average inmate spends per week on phone calls?
Sonia: The phone calls in Nassau were like $2.00 and I dont know what the average inmate would spend maybe like 20 bucks a week or there about. I called home like once every other week and only had one person who put money on their phone for me to call

JM: Did you need to buy phone cards to call out?
Sonia: I explained all of this already it was a phone service thru a company who has the inmate phone service for the county of Nassau. It is a different service than the one that is used for Duval County Inmates I served time in 2 different facilities in Duval last year

JM: Did the jail screen your calls?
Sonia: No The phone calls were recorded so that if any evidence of crimes that had been committed or were to be committed there was a record of each call in its entirety so that the jail or police had access of who called when and where

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