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Months and months if the petition is not contested. If it is contested, it'll take a long timeRead more
Our advice would be to hold off until he gets out. Create some memories with real wedding pics and not those of doing this while he has his prison uniform on. BUT, if you are hell-bent on proceeding, then you should call the chaplain and see if they will do the ceremony.Read more
This happens more times than i can remember. For whatever reason, the ride-or-die girls hang with her inmate and when he gets released, the relationship falls apart. I don't know the statistics, but it seems strangely high for something you might not think would happen. No loyalty from these inmates - be careful how you proceed, however, marriage while incarcerated is not the answer.Read more
You can petition the staff for a marriage waiver. The inmate must have an impeccable record while incarcerated and is not someone with a short sentence. Contact the case manager, counselor or warden to get the exact details and if your inmate is eligible for matrimonyRead more
You can't get married at that facility. The city jails are short term facilities and have no provision for inmate marriages whatsoever. Marriage for an inmate would only happen to long-term offenders in a state or federal facility for an inmate with a clean incident report history.Read more
In some rare cases, you can marry an inmate. The inmate must be a long-time offender, in state or federal prison. County jails will not allow marriage. One thing we would like you to think about - maybe you should wait until they get out. You want to remember this day as special. Doing it in prison is less than that.Read more
It depends on the facility, the inmate's disciplinary history and time left on his sentence. We recommend calling the facility to see what they will allow.Read more
The inmate has to get permission first. Have him meet with his counselor to see if he is even eligible. There are very few facilities that allow marriage in prison.Read more
Yes, but it depends on the facility, the amount of time left in your loved one's sentence, their behavior in prison.Read more
No, marriage is not permitted in the Hamilton County River City Correctional Center (RCCC). The average length of stay is less than a year. Marriage in jail is only for long-term commitments. Do your relationship a favor and wait until you can do this in a way that you'll always remember, why do it in jail... just wait you'll be glad you didRead more