If any mail, electronic mail or photo you send is rejected and/or returned to sender, you may submit an appeal. This must be done in writing via letter or email to the below address/email. You must write Mail Appeal on the envelope or email subject line. You must include your contact information, inmate's name, the nature of the mail, and why you feel the decision was incorrect.
This appeal will be directed to a Jail Lieutenant who will consider the appeal and render a decision. If this Lieutenant is unable to make a decision, two other Lieutenants will be consulted and a majority decision will be rendered. The decision of the Lieutenant(s) is final and cannot be appealed.
150 S. Highlander Way
Howell, MIO 48843
(Mail Appeal in the subject line)
sign up for inmate email with Access Corrections
to purchase an email package and start communicating with your friend or loved one quickly and easily from your couch. All emails are electronically screened for inappropriate content and may be further screened by staff. If you wish to be notified of rejected messages or photos, you must check the corresponding box during account registration on the Access Corrections website. See mail rejection appeal above for information on how to appeal. No refund will be issued for rejected messages.
You can send photos through the application Access Corrections
. These photos remain on the inmate's account for viewing and are not printed. All photos are screened by staff for compliance with jail policy and rules. Any inappropriate photos will be rejected with no refund and may result in suspension or revocation of your electronic messaging and/or photo privileges. See mail rejection appeal above for information on how to appeal.
If sentenced to prison, an inmate's personal property may be released to a family member Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm. Unclaimed property will be discarded after 90 days.
Inmates are permitted to wear their own clothing if they are to appear in court for a jury trial. Arrangements to have clothing delivered (and picked up following a trial) must be initiated by the inmate.
A person who has been arrested and charged with a crime may be required to post bail (bond) before being released from jail. A bond is insurance to guarantee a defendant will appear in court as needed. If a person fails to appear for a court date, the bond may be forfeited to the court and a warrant issued for failure to appear. A bond may be posted by the defendant or by someone on their behalf. Bond amounts for certain misdemeanors are preset by the courts. Felony bonds are set at arraignment by the judge.
Bonds posted at the jail shall be in the inmate/defendant's name and any money returned by the court at the conclusion of the case will be returned to the defendant. If someone wishes to post bond and keep the funds in their name, the bond must be paid at the court during court hours.
The Livingston County Jail accepts cash or credit card for bond payments. Credit card payments are processed by AllPaid, a third party service provider. AllPaid charges a 7% processing fee. Credit card bond payments can also be posted via phone at 888-604-7888 or online at allpaid.com
; use Pay Location Code 5553. In order to avoid service fees, you also have the option to post a cash bond.
A bonding company may be used to post a bond for a defendant. Consult your local yellow pages or Google for lists of bonding companies. The jail in no way endorses any particular bond company and does not participate in the contract between a defendant and the bonding company.