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Find Immigration Detainee from Russia in US Jails

Posted on March 6, 2013 · Posted in Inmate Search

This video is n Russian and describes how to find inmates in Russia prison. The speaker gives detail on how to perform a free inmate search using the Jail Guide.. read more

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Statute of Limitations on Crime and Debt

Posted on March 5, 2013 · Posted in Parole Info

Information about the statute of limitations of crime and debt incurred while in prison. A very informative video that covers statutes from all 50 states. Join the Forum discussion on.. read more

Minnesota warrants

What citation do you have that arrest warrants are good forever

Posted on February 12, 2013 · Posted in Open Letters

I am in Minnesota. Can you show me any documentation or any kind of citation that arrest warrants are good forever.. A state statute, a case etc Thx Answer: Sorry.. read more

Black Mountain

Who can I talk to about transferring my wife who is an inmate

Posted on · Posted in Open Letters

Who can I talk to about transferring my wife who is an inmate at The Black Mountain Substance Abuse Treatment Center closer to home in Stanly County? It takes me.. read more

Is RDAP Real

Is the federal RDAP program for real

Posted on January 31, 2013 · Posted in Prison Information

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.. read more

Arrested in Lee County Florida

Posted on January 29, 2013 · Posted in Open Letters

Also face charges in Collier County Fl. Collier County has a Out of County Warrant with a 666,000 bail. The guy has been in jail in Lee County for over.. read more

The BAR in Courtroom

What Is The BAR When Talking about Attorneys

Posted on December 22, 2012 · Posted in Criminal Law

The bar can refer to the legal professional membership in your area and can also be the railing which separates courtroom observers from the judge, lawyers and other personnel.