The Securus system allows officials to monitor inmate calls and in-person meetings in real time. That is also where prosecutors keep notes in regards to calls they are monitoring. It was during those calls that prosecutors learned that McIver allegedly was trying to influence his case.
The sheriff also took away prosecutor’s two reserved parking spaces at the jail, Howard said previously, while keeping the spots for other agencies including the public defender, the solicitor general and the clerk of court.
Read more about the court filing and why both sides say access to the jail phone system is essential to their work at myAJC.com.