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Kickback publication • May 15, 2017
Filed under: Telephones, Telephone Rates
Washington rates May 2017
Article • August 23, 2016
Filed under: Telephones, Telephone Rates
to the failure of the prisoner telephone service in some Washington State prisons to provide rate information. Sandy Judd, Tara Herivel and Columbia Legal Services are class representatives for persons who
Kickback publication • April 7, 2016
Filed under: Telephone Rates
Sending Money Telephones Advance Payments Frequently Asked Questions Visiting Facilities Offender Info Community Jobs About DOC Go Search... Phone Calls – Telephone Communication We know
Article • October 26, 2015 • from PLN November, 2015
Prisoner’s Right to Counsel Violated by Eavesdropping on Attorney Phone Calls by Christopher Zoukis Prisoner’s Right to Counsel Violated by Eavesdropping on Attorney Phone Calls by Christopher Zoukis Charges against a Washington man awaiting trial on felony drug and stolen property charges were dropped by a Yakima County Superior Court ...
Publication • October 31, 2014
Consolidated Telecom VAC/Global Tel*Link Crown Correctional  Telephone, Inc.  Interlata $3.00 + .30/min $3.00 + .30/min $7.50 $7.50  Intralata $3.00 + .30/min $3.00 + .30/min $7.50 $7.50  Local
Kickback publication • July 4, 2014
Filed under: Telephones
Okanogan County, WA Rates and Commission Percentage 2011
Article • March 15, 2013 • from PLN March, 2013
prisoners during the same time period; however, those claims were dismissed by the court under the filed tariff doctrine. In 1988, the Washington legislature determined that the provision of telephone
is significant because it indicates that AT&T may be held liable for abusive practices associated with the provision of telephone services at Washington State prisons. As reported in PLN’s April 2011 cover story
Article • December 15, 2010 • from PLN December, 2010
Filed under: Telephones, Telephone Rates
); and CenturyTel Telephone Utilities, Inc. (CenturyTel), in the Superior Court of Washington for King County. Plaintiffs alleged that between June 1996 and December 31, 2000, they received collect calls from
the entire time, which obviously negates any compliance with attorney-client privilege. And presumably the phone call was taped (all of the other brigs have special rooms for attorney calls, that have phone
Article • December 15, 2009
Washington Prisoner’s Privacy Rights Not Violated by Recording Jail Phone Calls by Division One of the Washington State Court of Appeals has held that recording a prisoner’s jail telephone
Article • February 15, 2009
Ninth Circuit Upholds Admission of Statements to Police in Phone Conversation Absent Miranda Warning by Washington State prisoner Habib Saleh sought review of his federal habeas corpus denial challenging the admission of statements made in a voluntary phone conversation he initiated at his trial for first degree murder. The court ...
for Overcharging Recipients of Phone Calls From Washington Prisoners by Michael Rigby Telephone service provider AT&T has agreed to reimburse the families and friends of Washington prisoners who were overcharged
Article • May 15, 2007
Filed under: Telephones, Telephone Rates
rescinded a Request for Proposals (RFP) to contract for prisoner telephone services. In March 2004, DOC issued an RFP to solicit bids for the implementation and operation of a new prisoner
Article • March 15, 2007 • from PLN March, 2007
Appeals Court Reverses Summary Judgment of Washington Phone Suit by A Washington appeals court has overturned a lower court's grant of summary judgment to telephone companies in a lawsuit
Article • December 15, 2005 • from PLN December, 2005
by the Courts by John E. Dannenberg When recipients of Washington state prisoner-originated long distance phone calls sought to compel disclosure of the telephone rates for those calls, the Washington superior
' telephone calls, (2) from barring outgoing calls other than collect calls, and (3) to allow "prompt telephone access to residents in cases of family emergency." The SCC had repeated notice of what it must
Article • May 15, 2004 • from PLN May, 2004
Filed under: Telephones, Telephone Rates
Washington Failure to Disclose Prison-Phone-Rate Suit Dismissed, State Supreme Court Grants Review by Sam Rutherford Division I of the Washington State Court of Appeals has affirmed a trial court dismissal of an action challenging phone companies' failure to disclose the rates for collect calls made by Washington prisoners. Relief was ...
Fighting for Fair Phone Rates by Deborah M Golden Fighting For Fair Phone Rates by Deborah M. Golden In 2000, a group of prisoners, loved ones of prisoners, and attorneys filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia challenging the high cost of collect calls ...
§2510(5) this latter phrase is defined as specifically excluding telephones being used by law enforcement (including prison authorities). Thus while the law includes specific equipment related
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