Daughter is in Osceola county jail for a warrant for violation probation not giving her new address where she was staying. Turned herself in Oct 7th learning she was expecting. Her release date is Dec 29th free and clear and is low classification. She has been in medical since the 4th for heavy bleeding and has not been transported to the hospital. I have spoken with her every day and have kept a log. I have not spoken to her today. I’m concerned as she is not receiving proper medical care and not being told anything. She received a ultra sound by a tech there at the jail that wouldn’t tell her anything or let her see the monitor but preformed the ultrasound vaginally. I want my daughter out STAT so she can receive proper care
So hire a lawyer.
I don't intend to be flippant but there are no magic internet answers (unless of course you are getting them from the same person who sold Jack his magic beans).
Conditional medical release (a/k/a compassionate release) exists under FS 947.149 (see http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0900-0999/0947/Sections/0947.149.html ) and basically provides a mechanism for early release of permanently incapacitated or terminally ill inmates.
I don't know whether or not her Judge can be persuaded to extend this to cover her situation or not but I am confident that the issue of receiving proper medical care (including feedback as to her condition) can and will be addressed by the court should it be properly raised. That said, nothing different is going to happen if you do not hire counsel.
When you want a Judge to rule on a matter (any matter) you need to prepare a legally sufficient motion, electronically file it, serve it on all relevant parties, calendar it for hearing (with sufficient time for all other parties to respond and appear) and then litigate it. That is the legal process.
Wishing your daughter luck, congratulating you early on imminently becoming a grandparent and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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