Information for Attorneys

Zoom visits for attorneys: 

Attorneys wishing to schedule zoom visits with clients that are incarcerated should make such request to prisonmeet@co.butler.pa.us.   Prior to an attorney being able to schedule zoom meetings, the attorney will need to provide a valid bar card, a valid photo I.D., and a good phone number to Deputy Warden Beau Sneddon at bsneddon@co.butler.pa.us or faxed to 724-431-0443.  Once this information is verified, attorneys will not be required to present their bar car or I.D. again until it expires.  The attorney will be added to a list of attorneys approved to have zoom visits.  Requests should be submitted at a very minimum of 24hrs prior to the requested time.  Slots will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis so scheduling as far ahead of time as possible is recommended.   


In-person attorney visits:

Attorneys can visit incarcerated clients any day of the week between 8:00am and 10:00pm (visits must end no later than 10:00pm.)  This can be done by entering the mail lobby of the prison and providing a valid bar card accompanied by a valid photo I.D. 


Phone calls to Attorneys: 

Incarcerated Clients can make phone calls to attorneys also.    For details and to initiate this process of approval for non-recorded legal calls, please contact Securus Technologies at 800-844-6591 or visit the Securus Technologies website to set up an account and receive further information

Attorney visits via Video using the Securus platform:
* This option lets you choose the date and time of the video visit.

1. Go to website  https://securustech.net/video-products/index.html 

2. Choose ATTORNEY option under the Friend and Family sign up 

3. Upload I.D. and Picture as directed 

4. Securus will approve on their end 

5. BCP will approve and secure the ATTORNEY option (this visit will not be recorded) 

6. Once approved the attorney will select the inmate they choose to visit, the time and date.   

7. The Securus video visit application can be downloaded on any smart phone or device thus enabling the attorney to conduct the visit on whatever device they  choose.