As you can see in inmate #1476**** letters, her "out of cell" time is very limited and and never structured. Depending on the Deputy in charge that day, your time outside your shared 10' x 8' cell can vary wildly. There has been days that she got out of that cell 1 hour in a 24 hour day. I believe the most she's gotten out total was 4-5 hours. That has been less that 10% of the time. I found this very interesting. This was from an article from an inmate on death row at San Quentin (CA).
He is allowed 5 hours of out of cell activities, which primarily consist of outside recreational activities (basketball, jogging, walking, and board games). Outside of the outdoor recreational activities, he is confined to his cell where he also consumes his meals.
Now, again, that is for a Death Row inmate. A man convicted of a pre-medatated murder.
My wife was convicted of a white collar, non-violent crime. First offense. Hmm, What's wrong here ?