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Closing Advice

Interview with Charles, Rich, Kevin, Molly, Jeremy, Laura and Chad

JM: What else would you want a friend or family member to know if they have a loved one going to this jail?
Charles: Respect others and they will respect you.
Rich: yes try your best to get them out until they go to court even if they have to go to prison it is much better than county jail
Kevin: To be patient, to take it one day at a time and to accept the situation and realize that it is not permanent (hopefully that would be the case), that they will still be able to talk to them and see them and that there are consequences for all actions.
Molly: write to them
Jeremy: They will get out eventually
Laura: its nasty. you can smoke your cigarettes in here to keep your nerves under control. you better have patience becausr they will test you (co's). dont pay them no mind

JM: If somebody knows they will be serving time in this jail what is your advice to them?
Charles: Keep your head up. Being locked up isn't the worst thing that can happen.
Rich: don't fight and keep your mouth shut and try to stay unnoticed by the guards
Kevin: To stay to yourself, pick your friends wisely and be patient and positive as often as possible. Try to look towards the future and plan to make better decisions instead of dwelling on the current unpleasant situation. Make the best of a bad situation, try to learn something, improve yourself in anyway possible because the time will not go away but you can turn it into whatever you wish.
Molly: dont go!
Jeremy: Don't go to jail
Chad: keep to yourself until you figure things out. Don't borrow or lend anything.
Laura: dress warm for the processing event. its freezing in there. and the officers will try and push your buttons just to get some action ignore there a$$. hope you have you someone to put money on your books.

JM: Please list any other jail or rehab facilities you have been to.
Laura: none

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