Go to BOP.gov, the federal Bureau of Prisons webpage. Search for "Camps" and "Minimum Security" for a better understanding. There are also many .pdf documents about programming in the jails. Your BOP score is dependent on you criminal history, the facts and statute of your conviction, the length of your sentence, any problems with PTS/BOP prior to sentencing, and other "relevant criteria" that BOP can use to set your score. The Court can make a non-binding recommendation to BOP as to the location of the facility, or the type of facility (medical), or to programming (mental health, drug and alcohol treatment, etc.). The BOP does not want you to get injured during your stay, so they will put prisoners with like-situated prisoners. But it is still jail.
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I assume you were convicted in florida state court. If so, you should consult a local florida attorney to inform you about their jail classification scheme. If you were convicted federally, I can tell you that white collar criminals do enjoy more luxury their their more violent brethren. Good luck.
In California there is no such thing as a Club Fed style white collar jail, but there are lower security placements including what may be called Fire Camp. Consult with a local attorney who can advise based upon the criminal record, the charges and sentence, and jail crowding issues.
If this is a federal matter, it is highly likely that placement will be in a minimum security facility. In addition, in federal matters you can be placed anywhere in the US, so it won't necessarily be in California. However, you can ask the court for a local recommendation, but that's all it is just a recommendation. The BOP will make the final decision.
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