At JailGuide, we often get questions about prison and some stick out. Like the question from a reader who is headed to a state prison facility and wanted to know if the prison was dangerous. So we decided to put together a list after chatting with a few former prison residents. These are just 20 of the most dangerous prisons in America.
Why visit an inmate and what to wear and why
Prison visitation is a big deal to both the inmate and the family or friend visiting an inmate. But there are dress codes and rules of conduct you must adhere to. Having one of our loved ones, family members or friends end up in jail or prison can be a very challenging and difficult situation to go through. When this definitive setback occurs within the relationship between you and your loved one, it is easy to be afraid or to don’t even consider a prison visitation in the future. Our imagination can drag us to judge and think that we will expose ourselves to danger while visiting inmates in prison. Proper attire is regarded as a condition of admission to a Federal prison or State Department of Corrections facility, and this is why.
Have you ever wondered what the federal prison experience is like to high-profile criminals? Well it accurately varies a lot depending on which prison they end up in. Many safe prisons within the U.S. offer interesting
Diesel Therapy. We got asked this question a few days ago and are attempting to describe the exactness of the term. What does this term mean to those of you who never spoke it? What do you believe it to be? In the comments section I am eager to hear what you at first thought it meant – the responses are always interesting. Please don’t copy one another – this is going to be a great experiment.
I am new here and don’t know much about RDAP. I got a 48 month sentence and am due to self-surrender shortly. I heard about the federal RDAP program and might get 18 months off (so I’ll do 30 months – good time). What do I need to do to get it? Any help getting back to the wife and kids quicker is a blessing.
I know that I can send letters to an inmate, but I want to send that inmate a gift. What else can I send besides that letter?
There is a long and sordid tradition of business going on in American prisons. The isolated consumer base, the high demand for goods, the excruciatingly limited supply — it’s a hothouse of entrepreneurial finesse, extreme risk — and obscene returns.