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Interview with Darlene, Ryan and Janis

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
Darlene: My sentencing was four months with the option to do jail alternatives if I qualified. I didn't qualify because of the fact that I violated the work crew by getting this charge so it was to be strait jail time.
Ryan: The sentencing for my previous charge lasted for about 3 hours.
Janis: 2 days.

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?
Darlene: No I did not spend time in a holding cell following sentencing but I did when I turned my self in for my commitment in January. It was really cold, and really dirty, they left me sitting in a little brick room with a wood bench and a toilet and a sink for 4 hours. I ended up falling asleep on the bench.
Ryan: When I was arrested previously, I spent 13 days in the jail and was in a holding cell for about 16 hours. It's ok, but it gets really boring not having anyone to talk to.
Janis: Yes. It was very cold and I was very hungry as I had not eaten breakfast before I left the house.

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