What if a prisoner has a medication. Is that provided for them?
Prisons and jails are required by law to provide for medical treatment of custodees. This includes medications, tests, and treatment even if unrelated to the offense. See http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1154548/
If it is a prescribed medication, then yes, that is provided for them.<3
yes if they tell them they have a condition.
Maybe not some meds -- sleeping pills, for example.
Nope. they just walk out to the nearest drug store and take what they want. Then they walk back to their cell!