Marriage is “to love, honor, cherish and forsake only to him/her for long as ye both shall live.” No where in that statement does it say that you cannot be incarcerated while taking this oath. Is a marriage performed in prison legal? Sure, by every sense of the word. Is it illegal in the eyes of God if not consummated? Depends on your religion. There are some states that consider marriages”common law” without consummation.
There are several rights and liberties being taken away from inmates. The right to have a legal marriage while incarcerated spans the time of prisons. Inmates are human beings which means that the Constitution of the United States pertains to them as well. The best of marriages spawned from a prison relationship lasts the test of time. What better way to test your love than by separation.
Inmates have rights and are people too. What say you?
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