son incarcerated forced to participate in early release program but he does not qualify for early release. Springfield made a mistake enrolling him in program,now he is being intimidated to stay in program or else
I'm changing the practice area from "Government" to "Criminal Defense."
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An attorney who represents a defendant can always speak with an inmate, at any of the IDOC facilities. It is possible that the IDOC made a mistake, and an attorney may be able to rectify the situation.
As your question requires some additional information, I would recommend consulting with a local criminal defense attorney. They will be able to help you and answer your question after a private consultation.
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If you hire an attorney to represent your son, he can make arrangements for either a phone call or an in-person visit at the facility where your son is locked up.
Attorneys make these kinds of arrangements routinely.
Listen to the information given by the other attorneys here.
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