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Can A Felon Visit An Inmate In A Federal Prison?

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As long as the felon is no longer in prison, he is free to visit anybody he wants, anywhere (unless there is an order of protection against him).
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Anonymous commented
Thats the wrongest answer. You have to be approved by the prison prior to visiting. You cant just walk in on visiting day and expect to see whoever you want. Very dumb answer.
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Habeas Corpus commented
what he states makes sense, if the person goes thru everything they have him do as if he wasnt a felon, why would he be denied if the only thing not the same was he was a felon? seems it wold be a violation of his rights to see someone in prison if they denied it because he was a felon and for no other reason.
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Most likely the prison will not approve an ex felon. Felons are suppose to steer clear of other felons. You must be approved by the prison to be be put on the inmates visiting list.
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I'm a convicted felon and I have a friend that is in a federal prison and he wants me to visit him, would I get a approved to see him if I fill out the paper work

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