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just to verify, this includes using my real name, phone calls, mail, etc.? I wanted to send a letter first but was unsure if I should do so until I spoke to be sure.
HiOf course, you want to use your real name, etc. There are no laws prohibiting a former employee staff member from that contact. It would only apply to those who are current employees. As a former employee you have a right to communicate with an inmate in that facility. If there is an "in-house" policy prohibiting it, I would not be able to garner that information. But you would not be breaking any laws. And if there is such an In House Policy, all they can do is tell you of it, provide you a copy of it and then not allow the visit. But there is no law against it. So it is not something you can be criminally charged or arrested for.My goal is to provide you with excellent service - if you feel you have received anything less, please reply back as I am happy to address follow-up questions. Kindly rate me when you are done.
Last question and then I will give you amazing feedback. Let's just say (and I do not know yet) there is an inhouse rule limiting me visiting, there would be nothing they could do about me writing and talking though, right?
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