Mailing Information Include a return address. No more than 10 pictures are allowed at one time.
Pictures cannot be larger than 5 x 7. Pictures depicting gang affiliation or pictures of a sexual nature will not be forwarded to the inmate. They will be placed on the inmate's property list or returned to the sender.
ivnotese.tk Books and magazines must be mailed directly from the bookstore or publisher. Hard-bound books will not be accepted. Items such as stamps, writing materials, blank greeting cards and snack food items can be purchased through our commissary and cannot be sent to the inmate through the mail. Refrain from using stickers and confetti on or in the mailed items. These items are considered contraband and may delay delivery. Do not mail musical greeting cards. Visitor Information All visits are scheduled by phone and must be made one day prior to the day you wish to visit.
Inmates may have only one visit per day with up to 6 visitors. Inmates with special classifications have a different set of guidelines. Please call for that information. Visitors must arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled time to check in. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
All brown uniforms, for example, represent medical patients. When the police arrest someone the defendant , they take him or her to jail. The task in evaluating this denial is similar in both its due process and equal protection aspects. The defendant can change his or her plea to guilty or no contest. The arraignment is the first time the defendant appears in court.
Visitors Under the Age of 18 Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Verification of relationship is required via birth certificate, proof of guardianship or questioning of the minor.
Visitors must keep children within arm's reach. Visitors who fail to maintain control of their children may have their visit terminated. Visitors age 12 and over are permitted to visit inmate parents unaccompanied by an adult. Visitors under the age of 18 may visit an inmate spouse.
When you get to the courthouse; check the calendar on the wall for your name and the department where your case will be heard. If you posted a bail bond for a specific date to appear or have appeared in Court and are ordered to return you cannot change the date. If you were appointed or have hired an attorney you should contact them for assistance. If the date set is for an Arraignment and a complaint has been filed with the court you may contact The Criminal Division and the clerk may be able to advance your Arraignment date but cannot postpone your hearing date.
To contact The Criminal Division call during a. If you want to change the date you are scheduled to go to Court, you must contact your attorney. If you do not have an attorney, it is very important to appear on the scheduled court date or a warrant may be issued for your arrest. If you did not go to court on the day and time your hearing was scheduled, and you did not get the hearing changed to another day, you need to contact your attorney. If you do not have an attorney contact the Criminal Division call during a. If you do not hire your own lawyer, you can ask the court to appoint one. To do this, you must go to your first court appearance and ask the judge.
The court will then appoint a court appointed attorney to represent you. In addition to bringing a valid identification document driver's license, passport, or other picture identification , you should bring other documents such as: Notice of Hearing Bond receipts, cash bail receipts, etc.
Jail release paperwork. To clear a warrant you must contact your attorney or you may contact the Criminal Division call during a.
The Criminal Division maintains filings and records of dispositions judicial decisions. To get information about or copies of documents from a criminal case, you can make a request in person or in writing via the mail. If you make your request in writing, be sure to include:. If a defendant pleads guilty to a felony at the arraignment, he or she must be represented by an attorney unless the defendant, in a noncapital case, waives the right to one.
After a guilty plea, the judge will set the case for sentencing. If a defendant pleads not guilty to a felony, a preliminary hearing is held. At this hearing the district attorney must show evidence that the defendant committed a felony and should be brought to trial. If the judge decides there is enough evidence, the defendant will be arraigned a second time in superior court, where the defendant again will be formally charged, rights will be explained, and a plea will be made.
A felony is a crime punishable by death, or imprisonment in the state prison, Formal Probation or county jail and fines. Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed by any law of this state, every offense declared to be a misdemeanor is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail, or by fine, or both.