Routine attorney/agent visits with offenders will be allowed Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. provided the visits do not disrupt facility operations. Requests are to be submitted in to the facility litigation coordinator writing at least twenty-four (24) business hours in advance of the proposed visit by either mail or facsimile transmission. Unannounced, previously unapproved attorney visits will not be allowed.
Written requests to visiting personnel or the litigation coordinator must be received at least 24 hours in advance via fax, mail, or email. Requests must be received Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Unannounced, previously unapproved attorney/agent visits will not be allowed.
The requester will provide the full names and drivers license numbers of each attorney/agent requesting entrance. Attorneys will provide their attorney registration number. All parties must clear a background check prior to facility entry.
All agents of attorneys shall identify themselves by: providing a copy of their supervising attorney's current Supreme Court Attorney Registration Card or providing their attorney registration number,along with a notarized letter signed by the supervising attorney on the attorney's letterhead, specifically stating that the agent presenting the identification is representing the attorney in the case of the offender(s) requested for visits.
Special attorney visits with offenders may be facilitated outside the routine attorney visitation hours for emergent situations where there is no other reasonable alternative provided the arrangements do not disrupt facility operations. Emergency attorney visits may only be approved by the administrative head, or designee.
Requests for emergent special attorney visits are required to be submitted in writing to the facility litigation coordinator twenty-four (24) business hours in advanced of the proposed visit by either mail or facsimile transmission. Special visits will be coordinated with the facility warden.
Any special considerations requested by an attorney/agent will be immediately referred to the Administrative Head, or designee on duty, for decision.
Attorneys/agents will be required to meet the standard dress code requirements.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.