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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
No, unfortunately, the county jails do not allow marriages. There is only a short list of prisons that do, and the inmate has to have a long sentence. Inmates are in county jail no longer than 24 months.Read more
Inmates may marry in prison under some very specific guidelines. First, have your inmate talk to someone at the facility and find out if they even allow it there. If they do, then he will need to know what the criteria are and if they qualify.Read more
Depends on the institution. Most inmates with short sentences are not allowed to marry. There are only a few states and federal that still allow inmates to marry. Why not wait until they get out, the ceremony will be much more memorableRead more
Your inmate must get permission from the warden - and prison is normally the place where an inmate may get married. Jail marriage does not happen often if at all. Only inmates with long sentences (along with a perfect record while incarcerated) are eligible. Our advice is: if your relationship is strong, marriage is not going to change anything. If you are getting married for other reasons, we would recommend waiting until you can have a proper ceremony.Read more
Your inmate must petition the warden and give a compelling reason for having to get married while incarcerated. The inmate will be considered if they have a clean record while incarcerated, they've served a good deal of time and if the warden thinks it will help the offender in reentry. It can be done, i actually saw one in the visiting room (federal camp) for an inmate that was in the last 20% of their time. This inmate was highlyRead more
depends on the prison system and the custody status of the inmate. also, the time left on the sentence and their behavior while incarcerated are factors that determine whether or not the inmate is even eligible for marriage.Read more
Not gonna happen with a few months left until release. With that short of a time, why on earth would you want this special day done in the visiting room of a federal prison? Surely you can see that a nicely planned wedding outside of the prison walls would be a better memory.Read more