Reviewed on: March 08,2016

Is my inmate eligible for conjugal visits?

If an inmate is sentenced to for example 36 to life, can he still receive congical visits?

Asked: March 08,2016
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Very few inmates have access to conjugal visits. Today, just four do, California, Connecticut, New York, and Washington. No federal prison offers extended, private visitation. In every state that offers extended visits, good prison behavior is a prerequisite, and inmates convicted of sex crimes or domestic violence, or who have life sentences, are typically excluded.The visits range from one hour to three days, and happen as often as once per month. They take place in trailers, small apartments, or “family cottages” built just for this purpose, and are sometimes referred to as “boneyards.” At the MacDougall-Walker Correctional Institution in Connecticut, units are set up to imitate homes. Each apartment has two bedrooms, a dining room, and a living room with a TV, DVD player, playing cards, board games, and dominoes. In California, inmates and their visitors must line up for inspection every four hours throughout the weekend visit, even in the middle of the night. Many prisons provide condoms for free. After the visit, both inmates and visitors are searched, and inmates typically have their urine tested to check for drugs or alcohol, which are strictly prohibited.
Accepted Answer Date Created: March 09,2016

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