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Interview with Elise, Armando, Drew, Devin and Sean

JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
Elise: i didnt need any meds whilein jail
Armando: nope I don't have any medical problems
Drew: Yes, there are medication times where the nurses provide inmates with their meds.
Devin: Yes.most of the time.If u waslucky.
Sean: no no access to any medicine at all

JM: How did you get your medications?
Elise: went to clinic i believe
Armando: a nure or a MA would come in about 2 time a day for people that needed medcation like they even gave insulen to people who had dibeties
Drew: The nurses would come around the different pods and hand the inmates their medications depending on when a person has to take them.
Devin: U had to sign up for sick call and go see a nurse who figured out if it was serious.
Sean: hey nurse with bring you and your medication at a certain time every day

JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
Elise: i am not sure but i sure they charge you with a new charge
Armando: I mean ive seen drugs in jail but never seen any one get caught and if did they would probly put you in the box
Drew: No, but I would assume it would become a case of contriband which you can be charged for if caught.
Devin: I believe that it's the same punishment as it is in prison.60/180 that's 60 days in confinement and 180 days gain time.
Sean: I am Not sure I've never witnessed that I'm assuming you would get into solitaire confinement

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