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Interview with Elise, Armando, Drew, Devin and Sean

JM: How often could you receive visitors?
Elise: 3 times a week for one hour each
Armando: I mean no one came to vist me but like 2-3 time a mouth it depends on the charges you got
Drew: Was you are Passed the orientation phase, you can start getting visitors right away. Everyday if you wanted to.
Devin: Twice a week if yor lucky enough to have somebody to come see u.I was unlucky.
Sean: you can get this is three times a week for 45 minutes each time

JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you?
Elise: i belive so 15 miuntes proir to the time it started and could only wear certain colthes no phones no keys etc it was a hassle for people to see me
Armando: well not realy it could be to money in your acct or eye care packs and most of county jails now have telephone vist only
Drew: No, just set up time with jail officers with the inmates jail house #. Come in at time requested and sit at the video phone conferences and talk.
Devin: No...They have a building across the street that have cameras and a monitor.So u never see each other in person.u get a visitation time and thats that.
Sean: the check in process is like 30 to 40 minutes long for visitors

JM: What was the visiting environment like?
Elise: lame it was a small tv with a camera and a sheet behind you so there other girls would not interfere with your meeting
Armando: well like I said I never got visted but it thorght a phone line and a camera and a plice glass screen proteting the screen your seating in a closed in room small and the vist not that long and if a co tells you to get off you get off
Drew: The visiting environment for the inmate is a booth with a telephone and a video screen which shows the other party on the other side. The visiting area for the visitor is more or less the same, just a roll of phone booths in a conference like setting. Strict rules apply.
Devin: It was ok.U sit in a booth with a camera and a monitor and talk to your visitor. It's in a controlled enviremont so it's goes by smooth and easy.There is never any problems because u never get to have ant physical contact with your visitor.It's controlled and not hard.
Sean: visitation is on a video screen there are no come visit and you have everybody that is in your dorm behind you that can see your visit and you can't hear because of all the noise

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