|Inmate Name||A James|
|Current Facility||Florida Department of Corrections (FL DOC)|
|Current Location||Tallahassee, Florida|
|Time Left For Release||Unknown|
|Arrest Records|| View Arrest Records
Detail Information about inmate A James - Public Records
A James committed Misdemeanor / Felony under Federal Jurisdiction. The person was sentenced to serve prison time and is held captive in the Florida Department of Corrections (FL DOC). The inmate's current location is in Tallahassee, Florida, and you can visit the facility during permissible hours. The date of release for the inmate is Unknown.
How to connect with A James!
Calling Inmate: The telephone provider of the facility is Securus Tech®. As prisons only allow collect calls, you need to set up an account with the telephone provider of the facility. To know more, you can call the facility at 850-488-5021. Calls are only allowed between 8:00 AM and 7:00 PM (Tallahassee, Florida timezone); surcharges may apply for calling the facility. . If you are calling the inmate for the first time, you should read our prison phone call guide.
Mailing Inmate: You can send a mail to the following address to reach the inmate:
Visiting In-Person: You can visit the facility of A James, Florida Department of Corrections (FL DOC), Tallahassee, Florida, the current location of the inmate. But before your visit, you should check the following checklist:
- Rules: You should know about the facility's timings for a successful visitation. It will make your visit smoother; learn more about Facility Rules & Regulations.
- Timing: To avoid harassment, get a brief about Facility Visiting Timings.
- Direction to facility: You can refer to the below map for driving direction to the facility.
If you are a first-time visitor to a prison, read our Ultimate Guide For Visitation. You will also need to submit a visitation application to the facility, and depending on the state, this application might vary download State Wise Visitation Applications.
A James - 1 Criminal record(s) found
We found 1 criminal records from the federal database for A James. He is currently serving prison time for his offense, and these offenses might be recorded before and during prison time.
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How to Send Money to the inmate?
There is no generic service for sending money to an inmate; however, you can go to the Facility Website and figure out how to send money to an inmate in this particular facility. We are building an integrated platform soon to send money to an inmate.
How to help the inmate?
An Inmate can be helped in many ways depending on the status of their trial. Being a family or friend of a prisoner, you should know the basic steps for handling every situation. Below are the four steps every inmate has to go through in their cycle of incarceration.
If the convict is recently arrested, you can help them by getting bail.
- The first step is always to provide them with mental support.
- Hire a criminal defense lawyer.
- Pay their bail bond.
- If the case cannot be resolved mutually then prepare for trial.
Sentenced for jail time
Before going to prison, you need to help the convict prepare for their jail time. It can be both physically and mentally challenging for the person. Get him to pre-prison counseling as soon as possible. The person needs to be mentally prepared and calm before going to the facility. Get them medically checked thoroughly for determining if any severe illness exists. Hand over your valuables to your family before going to the facility.
Being a prisoner's family or friends, you need to be very supportive. You can do so by doing the following:
- Giving them a regular visit.
- Sending them letters and photos.
- By keeping in touch via phone and video calls.
- By mailing them books and magazines to read.
- Send them money for essential shopping in prison.
Life After Prison
This is the time that decides the person's future. Family and friends must know what to do once a prisoner is released from prison; read our Guide to a better life after prison. Reentry into society should be a smooth process, and proper reentry ensures that the community has a low recidivism rate.
You should be very cooperative with the person and help him get reinstated in society. Continuous judgment and mistreatment can lead him back to prison. Below are a few things you can do to help the inmate:
- Help him understand the new world and what changed.
- Get him back to school or work.
- Reunions with friends and family can also help a person get back to being normal.
- Engage the person in recreational activity.
- Get them to therapy and Counseling sessions regularly.
Penpals of A James
Following are the fellow co-inmates of A James, serving time in the same prison:
A Eason Clayton
Aalan D Hernandez
Aaliah Summerial Thomas
Aaliayh A Palmer
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