Can a convicted fellon marry another fell on in state of ky?
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I agree. You should be able to marry.
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There shouldn’t be a prohibition on who you marry, regardless of your criminal status. If there is, then you would likely have a civil rights lawsuit. Inmates get married all the time. Congratulations on your engagement!
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