No, a felon can't enter a state prison facility unless they are not on parole or probation. There are a few exceptions I think, but all you can really do is fill out a visiting questionnaire and send it back, and see what they say.
Yep, as long as you are not wanted for anything, on the visitation list, and the prison does not protest! Hope that helps..... Good Luck!
A convicted felon can visit someone in the prison system , if they are not on probation.
Yes, states prisons generally don't allow felons to visit them. The prison may make an exception if you are a direct relative, but you will need to ask each individual prison if they do that.
Yep, as long as the Convicted Felon does not have any Active Warrants, is on the visitation list, and Prison Official at the Institution do not protest. Hope that helps! Good Luck....
You have to get written permission from your parole officer and also get permission from the State Prison you want to visit someone at's permission to step on the premises.I think it all depends on the individuals situations. Good Luck
I think that they can
What do you mean 'you're not in prison' a person with a felony does not stay in prison forever.they do their time and get out...
Nope. Any felony criminal record will be denied all visitation.
Don't take the word of a bunch of people with unknown credentials. Look it up on your state prison system website visitor information.
Most definately not. You have to apply for visitation & if you have any felony you will be denied.
Well I just got out of prison and ask if I can visit my best friend and the answer was no only if I was related to the peson and that is only a maybe sorry but I tryed it
What!!! Your not in prison?
No one with a felony can visit inmates in state or federal prisons