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Subject: Marriage in prison
The conservation camps are minimum security facilities. You should be able to begin family visits almost immediately upon application.
Subject: Marriage in prison
Inmates who are serving less than a year will usually have their application for marriage denied with the presumption being that such a short wait will not harm the prisoner or prospective spouse. Each partner must be legally eligible and mentally competent to marry. Marriages may be blocked for security or disciplinary reasons; solitary confinement can block access to marriage. Most states do not allow marriage for inmates on death row; California is at least one exception to that rule. Some...
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Subject: Marriage in prison
We do not have any service that provides for "witnesses" at a prison wedding. The correctional officer watching over the ceremony is as good a witness as any, and they are there at no charge to you. There is no transfer of debt in this country to a new spouse, unless you created the debt with your fiance prior to the marriage. The IRS can definitely garnish income taxes owed from whatever source the income is coming from including any tax...
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Subject: Marriage in prison
It depends on the facility's warden and custody level of the inmate. We would advise calling the chaplain of the prison and see what their rules are on inmate marriage.
Subject: Marriage in prison
We are not good at giving relationship advice - but if the facts are exactly what you claim, there doesn't seem to be much to look forward to if this is how he repays your generosity. Regarding the charges and the potential plea, it certainly sounds serious and nothing to dismiss. There are components to consider in answering whether "he'll really cop that much time", what is his criminal history? does he have prior convictions? does he have money to...
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