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Interview with Ian, Ron and Bodie

JM: How often could you receive visitors?
Ian: Once a week.
Ron: once a week for one hour.
Bodie: as family and friends twice a week. On set days and times for that section and block. speacial visits attorney and things of that nature could be as many as needed i believe .

JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you?
Ian: I think it takes about ten minutes.
Ron: They never really talked to me about it.
Bodie: you had to be there i think 30 mins before your visit time as long as you were there in time and had your ID wasn't too bad there has been times that something has happened and delayed or canceled visits but thats out of inmates control depends on what happens in the jail if the whole jail is on lockdwn for many different reason they can cancel visits or cuz behind schedule it varies .

JM: What was the visiting environment like?
Ian: The visting room in Weber are all done on video camera. You sit up next to a monitor and you pick up a phone and talk to the monitor. You actually have your visit in the same room as the other inamtes. Not very private.
Ron: it was hard to hear because there were so many people having visits at the same time and there were not telephones like you see on the movies.
Bodie: it has changed since my stay there . it was loud and glass all scratched and messy so u would be able to see through plexi glass at time it would get so loud that ruin the visit or other inmates would fight with there visit not caring that they were loud you are in a tiny area for there to be yelling through glass to talk. I now heard they have monitors screens and phones you talk to thats nice yets sucks cuz its not like there in person per sae

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