JM: How often could you receive visitors? Dale: I believe we were granted an hour or so twice per
week, so long as an inmate was in good standing.
JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you? Dale: I can't speak to the experience of my visitors,
but I don't remember them complaining of any real
hassles. The impression I got is that things
moved quickly enough for them.
JM: What was the visiting environment like? Dale: This much actually was a great deal like what one
sees on television; there were a series of
cubicle-like partitions with stools on either
side of bulletproof glass windows. We spoke
through telephones, not all of which functioned
properly. The worst part, in my experience, was
not being able to hug or hold the hands of my