An inmate may write to anyone except:
1. a victim of any criminal offense for which the inmate has served or is serving a sentence, or stands convicted of, or disposition is pending;
2. any person under the age of 18 when the person's parent or guardian objects in writing to such correspondence;
3. an inmate in another correctional facility, other than immediate family;
4. a parolee or inmate on community confinement without the express permission of the Unit Administrator and the addressee's supervisor;
5. any person whom the inmate is restrained from writing to by court order; or
6. any other person, when prohibiting such correspondence is generally necessary to further the substantial interests of security, order or rehabilitation. (See also Administrative Directive 10.7 Inmate Communication).
Life in s really simple but we insist on making it complicated. ~ Confucius.