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You can have two visits per week while incarcerated in the Los Angeles County Jail - you can have two people come to each visit but only one visit per day on each Saturday and Sunday.
When somebody comes to visit you in the LA Jail they will run extensive background checks - if your visitor has a warrant or an immigration holding they will take them out of line and arrest them on the spot. If any potential visitors have potential problems you should advise them to seek legal counsel before coming to visit you in jail.
Visitors usually have to wait a long time before getting in to see an inmate - some report waiting times of up to four hours. The reason for the waiting is basically the extensive background checks that they must perform on each person.
The jail does not allow contact visits - each person is separated by a glass window and talking on a telephone.