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Williamson County Jail

306 W. 4th St
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1365

Interview with pete, Jake, Billy and Kara

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
pete: 3 weeks
Jake: I was never actualy sentenced or charged. My attorney told me months later that my case was "no billed". In short, he said, "It means they don't have a case against you."
Billy: 90 days.which in my opinion was way too long for the crime i committed. If you want to call it that.-
Kara: 1 year county jail

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?
pete: Yes, it smelled like urine in the holding tanks
Jake: Yes, bail was set at $10,000. $1,500 was what I paid out of pocket to bail out. This took about 19 days to do, and having never been charged with anything, I find it obserd and wrong.
Billy: Yes i went to a holding cell for about an hour until they finished with the other cases.
Kara: No, I was taken back to my tank where I had been held since the arrest.

Williamson County, Texas, also known as Wilco, is home to the Williamson County Jail. Williamson County has grown in population 57% from 2000 to 2010. An increase in population also means an increase in the incarcerated population as well.

If you're one of those that are unfortunately headed to jail, or if you have a loved one that is going to jail, it can be a scary experience - especially if you've never been to jail before. It's hard to know what to expect - will you get along with other inmates? What will the food be like? What will the living conditions be like?

Most people that have not been to jail want to have these questions answered, and we strive to answer them for you. We interview former inmates that know what life is like on the inside. We have their stories posted to not only help prepare people for jail life, but also let the families of inmates know what their loved ones are going through. While we are not affiliated at all with the jails, we do try to provide accurate information about life inside the jail.

Have you spent time at the Williamson County Jail? Share your story - we'd love to hear from you.

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