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The Jail Section recognizes the importance of an inmate's ability to communicate not only with their legal counsel, but also family and friends.

Below are the guidelines for inmate mail service.

Inmates may correspond through the U.S. mail. Writing materials, cards, and stamps are available through commissary. Paper, stamps, envelopes, and postcards cannot be sent to the inmate from the outside for use in their correspondence. Indigent inmates are given adequate writing materials and envelopes for two personal letters per week.

Incoming mail is delivered to inmates Monday through Friday. All correspondence with the exception of Legal mail (must be clearly marked "Legal Mail") will be scanned and inspected for contraband (such as money, checks, inappropriate photos, matches, lighters, cigarettes, jewelry, chewing gum, etc.). Mail into the facility should not contain stickers, gloss paper, or cutouts from magazines.

Inmates may receive letters and cards; do not send cash or personal checks. Money in any form other than Money orders or cashier's checks is contraband and will not be delivered to the inmate. Unauthorized items mailed to an inmate will be placed in the property room, returned to sender, or disposed of as appropriate.

Inmate mail must be addressed as follows and should reflect the appropriate mailing address for the facility:

Inmate's full name

Sweetwater, Texas 79556

Nolan County Sheriff's Office

Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas 79556
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