Investigating a potential class action lawsuit against the Florida Department of Corrections (FDOC). It has been alleged that the FDOC falsely promised to let inmates buy music permanently through one digital media provider, then cut off their access to sign a more lucrative deal with another. Access Corrections was allegedly heavily advertised by FDOC from 2011 through 2017. It is alleged that through the program, inmates were allowed to buy a specially designed media player for $99 or $119, then buy individual songs or audiobooks for $1.70 each, with the promise that the inmates could keep the digital files forever. In 2018, FDOC switched from Access Correction to JPay. JPay allegedly required inmates to trade in their music players for new multimedia tablets, and all previously purchased digital files were lost. If you or a loved one is or was a prisoner in the FDOC system who lost previously purchased digital files in the transition from Access Corrections to JPay, please submit your information below.