Can I work while I am at the Workhouse?
If the court grants you Huber eligibility and you are gainfully employed, you may be allowed to work while serving your time at the Workhouse. However, there are certain conditions that must be met before you will be allowed to go to work. If you were not granted Huber eligibility by the court, you will not be allowed to work. Any change in status from Workhouse only to work release requires a modification order from the sentencing judge granting you Huber eligibility.

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1. Where is the Workhouse?
2. Do I get credit for time served in jail?
3. What is my outdate?
4. Can I work while I am at the Workhouse?
5. If I am gainfully employed, how many hours may I work per week?
6. How are Huber fees taken out of my account?
7. Can I search for a job while I am at the Workhouse?
8. May I order canteen while at the Workhouse?
9. How do I put money in my canteen or Huber account?
10. Is there medical personnel on staff at the Workhouse?
11. Is there a telephone I can use while at the Workhouse?