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HOW CAN I VISIT MY FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMBER IN THE KANE COUNTY JAIL?
Here is a link which will take you directly to the Kane County Jail Web site:
We have summarized some of the information here for your quick review, however, more complete information and rules are available at the website:
While visitation is extremely limited for friends and families, Attorneys can meet with an inmate seven days a week. Lawyers from Russo Law Offices make regular jails visits to prepare for trial and/or jail release hearings. We also make visits to verify jail conditions and wellness of inmates, when necessary.
Registering For and Scheduling a Visit
The first step in the visitation process is for the Detainee/inmate to complete an “Approved Visitors List.” This list is then comprised of names that the Detainee has requested and then allowed to visit
Only those on the Detainee’s “Approved Visitors List” are allowed to visit:
Spouse, Parents, Grandparents, Brothers and/or Sisters, Children, Grandchildren and One Significant Other (this can be anyone of the Detainee’s choosing).
An approved visitor also needs to register as a user in the system
- During the registration process, new users are required to create a username and password.
- Write the username and password down as it must be retained and cannot be retrieved.
- Service representatives at the Kane County Sheriff’s Office cannot retrieve this information for you at a later date.
- A visitation appointment can be made after the registration process is completed.
Visitation days and hours vary and may be altered for holidays or security reasons
- During the scheduling process you will see available days and times.
- All visits must be scheduled at least seventy-two (72) hours in advance.
- Visits can be scheduled up to seven (7) days in advance.
Each Detainee is allowed one (1) visiting group per week. The visiting group may consist of up to three (3) persons in any of the following combinations.
- One (1) adult.
- One (1) adult and one (1) child.
- Two (2) adults and one (1) child.
Each visit is thirty (30) minutes in length. You may only visit one detainee per day.
To Register for or Schedule a visit, go to https://www.legacyinmate.com/prepaid/
All visitors must arrive fifteen (15) minutes prior to the scheduled visitation start time in order to check in or will not be allowed to visit.
Even if a bond is already set, we can assist in obtaining a bond reduction and release pending trial.
We believe that having an attorney involved as early in the process as possible increases the likelihood of a successful outcome for most cases.
If you believe that the police have a warrant for your arrest and/or wish to speak with you about a crime or investigation you should contact an attorney immediately.
Police contact is not only stressful, but can also lead to police obtaining information sufficient to give them probable cause for an arrest.
You are entitled to have an attorney present at all stages and at all times you have police contact. Having an experienced Lawyer present can protect your rights.
The lawyers at Russo Law Offices are available to evaluate your situation and to answer questions as to how best to proceed.
It is always best to contact an attorney to discuss your situation before making a decision which may affect your life forever and one you may regret later.
Contact the RUSSO LAW OFFICES for any additional assistance in determining if your friend or family member is in the jail and how you can go see them or if you have additional questions.
The information contained herein is believed accurate at the time of original publication. But this publication should not be deemed legal advice nor relied upon as the current law and/or legal authority in the subject matter reviewed. You should contact an attorney for a formal legal opinion and/or before relying upon any information contained herein. The law is constantly changing and evolving. The content of this article or review is copy righted and the exclusive property of Russo Law Offices and shall not be reproduced or used in any manner without the written permission of Russo Law Offices.