You can still get married even though your fiance is in custody. Every county has its own set of procedures I'm sure, but you should get the contact information to his case manager and arrange it through that person. He or she can set a date and time for the ceremony, to be performed by the chaplain or perhaps a clergyman that you know personally. You should be able to bring your fiance a change of clothes for the ceremony. For specific questions relating to marriage you should contact a family lawyer. Good luck!
There is not common law marriage in TN. There are procedures to get married while in custody. Contact Rutherford county Sheriffs Office to get the proper information.
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