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Interview with Ian, Ron and Bodie

JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
Ian: To get medications you have to go see the doctor and that was for anything.
Ron: Far from it. that was one of the worst things about the jail it was like trying to pull teeth to get some asprin even. I heard some horror stories about the way they did medications or lack there of
Bodie: yes your did they would call meds in the morning and if you need something you could get it without funds on your books the would bill ya for it but would let you get asprin if needed without funds and so on only one time that in the morning if you really needed something later sometimes if you asked the med lady when she did her rounds she would help you out or a guard would to

JM: How did you get your medications?
Ian: The nurse will come around three times a day.
Ron: Luckily I did not require any medications while I was in jail if I wanted some asprin The nurse came daily for medications and that was a joke.
Bodie: if you have certain prescritions already need a dr. release form and then they can give you certain meds that they have to make sure are approved through jail depending what they are for and or have someone on the outside bring them if you have them at home so you can get them faster or see the jail dr. for something you made need

JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
Ian: They would put you in lock down or isolation depending on what went down.
Ron: Automatic write up. Although none of the guards had no idea anyway. They seemed to be very unaware of what was going on.
Bodie: them taken away and you not being able to get them back if its a must med the nurse and guard will stand there and watch you take it each time. They have to do that are certain one anyway. you can get new charges as well for that and in alot of trouble.

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