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Interview with Ted, Lisa, Tania and Thomas

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
Ted: I got 529 days with 40 days executed and the rest probation. I was in jail for about 40 days.
Lisa: i was in jai for 1 yrs
Tania: six years with three years suspended. three years on home detention with two do one. so a year and a half on home detention with three years probation after home detention was completed
Thomas: One year Salvation Army Probation and all it entails which is to such ridiculous standards the average individual doe;s not make it and ends up back in court for violation. What Salvation Army has to do with the justice system other than making money I can not understand.

JM: Did you spend time in a holding cell after your sentencing? If so, what was that like? If you didn't where did they they take you instead?
Ted: Yes. It was uncomfortable. You have to sit up in chairs all night. I was in there overnight, from about 8:30pm- 7 or 8 the next morning. It was really a small waiting room, not a cell. There were cells in there but there were chairs out in the middle where I got processed.
Lisa: yes was in holding cell was sad and cold and loud and mean and sound like death and mental xrazy and ready to go and relax somewgere on aland somewhere alse
Tania: i was released that day. transported back to jail where i was processed out a couple hours later to be hooked up to home detention no more than two weeks later
Thomas: holding cells are always packed to compasity and all individuals are shackled the whole time. freezing cold and nothing to do no books, magazines, TV, radio, just sit and sit and you may be there frommorning 8;00am to 4:00 or 5:00pm.

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