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HOW CAN I VISIT MY FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMBER IN THE DUPAGE COUNTY JAIL?
DUPAGE COUNTY JAIL VISITATION:
There is a somewhat complicated process in DuPage County.
All visitors will be required to Pre-register using the following link https://dupagecountyil.gtlvisitme.com
Once you create an account you will then be allowed to schedule visitation.
Visitation must be scheduled at least one day in advance and not more than 10 days in advance.
Inmates are usually limited to one thirty minute visit per week
Visitation for Female inmates is available:
Tuesdays from 8:00 to 11:00 am
Saturdays from 8:00 to 11:00 am or 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Visitation for Male inmates is available:
Wednesdays and Sundays from 8:00am to 11:00 am or 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
Visitors have to pass through metal detectors; Nothing is allowed in except car keys and your ID.
All visitors will be required to present a valid photo identification —— acceptable Identification:
- A valid state driver’s license
- U.S. Military I.D. card
- Passport or Passport card
- A State issued I.D. card
No one under 17 years is allowed to visit unless accompanied by an adult.
Lawyers are allowed to visit inmates seven days a week. Lawyers from Russo Law Offices make regular visits to the jail in order to adequately prepare for trial and/or jail release hearings.
Even if bond is already set, we can assist in obtaining a bond reduction for pretrial release.
We also make visits to verify jail conditions and the wellness of inmates.
We believe that having an attorney involved with the case as early in the process as possible increases the likelihood of a successful outcome for most cases.
For more information regarding inmate visitation in DuPage County follow this link: https://www.dupagesheriff.org/Corrections-Jail/53/
If you have questions, or we can be of assistance in evaluating an inmates case call Russo Law Offices at 630-690-3636 or visit our website at RussoLawOffices.com
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