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Steps to marry an inamte in sc.  What is the procedure for marrying an inmate at lee county correctional facility in bishopville, sc?????

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After you see your psychiatrist and get approval  contemplate why on earth you want to marry someone WHILE THEY are in prison???   I undersatand that people make mistakes and that after a while they make amends...but tis individual is curently paying society for his mistake....my advice is to run and run far until you change your mind.....because you have got to be out of your mind to enter into a life long relationship while one of the 2 people is still married to the state!!!!

It isnt what you say, it isnt what you do, it is how you make them feel

Sorry I can't exactly answer your question Taz. You will have to go through all the proper channels with a Judge, or Minister, the Law and the Prison system. It sounds pretty complicated to me.. but maybe it isn't. I'd start with calling the Prison Administrater.

Dear Responsible mother, I know what you mean, but I have heard that marrying a Prisoner is so common. Some Men and Woman truly believe that this person, (this prisoner) has been victimized by the system, and some have.  I've also heard that marrying a prisoner can be a very fulfilling relationship for someone on the outside who is lonily and desires someones undivided attention. One thing is for sure, you always know where your Spouse is, and you don't have to worry about them cheating on you!

No offense Taz, but I think it boils down to being a psycological decision, rather than a responsible one. I know that sometimes love is blind. I really hope you know what you're doing. Good luck, and take care!

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Responsible mother, You sound really ignorant and narrow-minded.  My fiance and I have been in a relationship for 5 years and about a year ago, he was rushed into trial for something he did not do, which by the way happens all the time (OPEN YOUR EYES!) and was sentenced to 12 years (we were the victims of not only racism-we are an interrracial couple-but the fact that prosecutors do not care in the least about whether or not a defendant is guilty, only that they get convictions, once they have put a person's name on an indictment, in order to keep their own records good.  "Judicial system" is a misnomer in itself in that it fails, and probably always will, to be just.  Most people only learn this after having been a victim of it, so be glad that you have not experienced it.  I, however, was blessed enough to have an intelligent mother to teach me about the crooked world before I was old enough to experience it first-hand.  Let me guess...your mother taught you "Cops are good, and only criminals go to jail."  Anyway, my fiance and I had a wedding planned for just a few months after he was incarcerated.  He is now awaiting appeal, but in the meantime, we would still like to get married, and we have also had problems with this process.

So, if you still hold your foolish opinion after reading this, then in the future, keep it to yourself.  It's rude.  Were you not ever taught that if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all? 

Oh, and in addition to my last piece of advice...you call yourself "responsible mother," but no true responsible mother would teach her child(ren) to be judgemental hypocrites.  We lead by example and you are setting an extremely poor example for your child(ren).  Motherhood is not just about feeding and clothing our children, but more importantly, about teaching them values and how to be well-rounded, well-respected adults.

I will pray for you, and most of all, that your stupidity and ignorance does not rub off on your child(ren).

Responsible mother, You sound really ignorant and narrow-minded.  My fiance and I have been in a relationship for 5 years and about a year ago, he was rushed into trial for something he did not do, which by the way happens all the time (OPEN YOUR EYES!) and was sentenced to 12 years (we were the victims of not only racism-we are an interrracial couple-but the fact that prosecutors do not care in the least about whether or not a defendant is guilty, only that they get convictions, once they have put a person's name on an indictment, in order to keep their own records good.  "Judicial system" is a misnomer in itself in that it fails, and probably always will, to be just.  Most people only learn this after having been a victim of it, so be glad that you have not experienced it.  I, however, was blessed enough to have an intelligent mother to teach me about the crooked world before I was old enough to experience it first-hand.  Let me guess...your mother taught you "Cops are good, and only criminals go to jail."  Anyway, my fiance and I had a wedding planned for just a few months after he was incarcerated.  He is now awaiting appeal, but in the meantime, we would still like to get married, and we have also had problems with this process.

So, if you still hold your foolish opinion after reading this, then in the future, keep it to yourself.  It's rude.  Were you not ever taught that if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all? 

Oh, and in addition to my last piece of advice...you call yourself "responsible mother," but no true responsible mother would teach her child(ren) to be judgemental hypocrites.  We lead by example and you are setting an extremely poor example for your child(ren).  Motherhood is not just about feeding and clothing our children, but more importantly, about teaching them values and how to be well-rounded, well-respected adults.

I will pray for you, and most of all, that your stupidity and ignorance does not rub off on your child(ren).

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Responsible mother, You sound really ignorant and narrow-minded. My fiance and I have been in a relationship for 5 years and about a year ago, he was rushed into trial for something he did not do, which by the way happens all the time (OPEN YOUR EYES!) and was sentenced to 12 years (we were the ...