When can clergy visit inmates?
Clergy may visit inmates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m., utilizing video visitation. These visits will be limited to one visit per week, one half-hour per visit. A non-denominational church service is held on Wednesday. Attendance at this service is strictly voluntary.
As space for religious, attorney, parole/probation visits is extremely limited, clergy visits may, on occasion, be denied or cut short to allow for legally necessary visits, such as pre-trial attorney visits or pre-sentence probation visits.

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1. How do I find out what happened to an inmate in court?
2. Can an inmate call me?
3. Can I leave a message for an inmate?
4. Can I call an inmate?
5. When can I visit an inmate?
6. Who can visit an inmate?
7. Can I set up a pre-payment plan so an inmate can call me?
8. Can I buy a calling card for an inmate?
9. I’m an attorney, when can I visit my client?
10. When can clergy visit inmates?
11. How do I stop an inmate from calling me?
12. What happens to an inmate’s money when they are arrested?
13. How do I get money to an inmate for commissary?
14. Can I send mail to an inmate?
15. What can I mail to an inmate?
16. Can an inmate receive books or magazines?
17. Can an inmate’s property be released to me?
18. Do you have mental health services for inmates?
19. Do you have medical and dental care for inmates?
20. How do I post a bond for an inmate to get out of jail?
21. Can the jail recommend a bonding agency?