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Interview with Katy, Sarah and Laura

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
Katy: I got 30 days for the theft. I did 46 days on the conspiracy charge before I was released on bond. I also got 5 years probation for the felony. 1 1/2 years of that was intense probation where I had to be in by 6:00pm, I had to go to the CRT class 4 days a week for 6 months and I had to have to have a full time job or be looking for one.
Sarah: I was sentenced to 4 180 day sentences, not concurrent, to complete an "in-house" drug program, 4 years Intensice Supervised Probation, and approximately $2,000 restitution.
Laura: I received 4 months for the misdemeanors, I was sent to rehab for my burglaries since I did it for drugs, I'm currently on my 3rd year of my 5 year probation sentence too, I also had 40 hours of community service for the misdemeanors, 250 hours of community service for the felonies, and 30,000 restitution

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?
Katy: I never spent time in a holding cell. They took me straight back to population.
Sarah: I was taken back to the holding cell in the court until all individuals had been seen. I was then taken to the booking holding tank in the jail until they were able to place me in a pod.
Laura: Yes you have to wait in a holding cell after sentencing. It is TERRIBLE! Other girls are waiting to go to court too, we are all shackled and handcuffed with belly belts, in a cold cold room, you have to get a CO to unlock your hands if you want to go to the bathroom, depending on the CO you may not even get to go to the bathroom

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