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While you are free from your sentence
, the person who is still incarcerated is not. This means the prison through the warden can make the rules about what mail or contact the current inmate can have. While you have the freedom to communicate with whomever you like, the inmate has no such freedom and the warden of the prison has the right to control who a current inmate has contact with, even though you are not currently on parole or a current inmate and they argue this is for security reasons over which the warden has complete discretion.
Thus, your sole complaint
on this would be a plea to the warden of the prison to allow you to communicate with the current inmate.
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