Can two convicted felons get married?

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Lulu

United States

#1 Oct 13, 2012
What are the laws on this?
Say what

Bowling Green, KY

#2 Oct 13, 2012
They have laws saying whether convicts can get married or not? Wow!
nate

Bellevue, WA

#3 Oct 13, 2012
Girl you no u can unless one of yall is on paper.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#4 Oct 13, 2012
Check with the court house.
sure

Bowling Green, KY

#5 Oct 13, 2012
Yes u can get married. No law against that
Lulu

United States

#6 Oct 13, 2012
Ok what abt two convicted felons just living together? Im abt to be one and my boyfriend already is one.
sorry

Bowling Green, KY

#7 Oct 13, 2012
No they usually don't allow that if one of u are on parole or probation. They usually will not let a porolee have home placement with another convicted felon. If this is not the case and neither of u are under probation or parole. Then YES u can live with whomever u like. But if one of u are on probation or parole then u have to be married to be able to live together. This may not be the answer u are looking for but it is the FACTS!!!!
blah

United States

#8 Oct 14, 2012
yeah you can get married. Then you can even make convicted felon babies together.
Lulu

United States

#9 Oct 14, 2012
Thank you! So we should go ahead and get married if we plan on living or staying together?
Blah Blah Blah

Bowling Green, KY

#10 Oct 14, 2012
Lulu wrote:
Thank you! So we should go ahead and get married if we plan on living or staying together?
You said you're about to be a convicted felon. Is it a situation that a really good attorney could get you out of? I'm not trying to pry in anyway, but if you don't want to jump the gun & get married you could try getting out of it, or getting it reduced to a misdemeanor.
yep

Alliance, OH

#11 Oct 14, 2012
My boyfriend and i have both been on paper for a while and we live together. We have for almost 3 years. It really all just depends on your parole/probation officer. But me and mines have for a while And we actually have a child together also. Not married!
kyle

Bowling Green, KY

#12 Oct 15, 2012
yay for America's future. Convicted felons living together having babies out of wedlock. way to go!
yup

Springdale, AR

#13 Oct 15, 2012
Yup, people convicted of crimes can be married no questions asked...but strangely enough... two people of the same sex that contribute to society, pay taxes and break no laws cannot. Funny world we live in.
seriously

United States

#14 Oct 15, 2012
Detroit and chi town got felonies out this world and they were about 2...
Little miss

United States

#16 Oct 16, 2012
kyle wrote:
yay for America's future. Convicted felons living together having babies out of wedlock. way to go!
Lol it's the American dream ! I don't think you are allowed to associate at all in any form, with another convicted felon
sure is

Bowling Green, KY

#17 Oct 16, 2012
Little miss wrote:
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Lol it's the American dream ! I don't think you are allowed to associate at all in any form, with another convicted felon
You can communicate with convicted felonist of u are married. And BTW miss, 100% of the world's population is convicted of something, it just so happens that some of them aren't on paper. There is not one perfect person out there except GOD himself!!!!!
do the crime. do the time

United States

#18 Oct 16, 2012
sure is wrote:
<quoted text>You can communicate with convicted felonist of u are married. And BTW miss, 100% of the world's population is convicted of something, it just so happens that some of them aren't on paper. There is not one perfect person out there except GOD himself!!!!!
No dumbas@ not 100% of people are convicted of something. What a dipsh@t thing to think. Please don't have children.
Mud

Bowling Green, KY

#19 Oct 16, 2012
Lulu wrote:
Ok what abt two convicted felons just living together? Im abt to be one and my boyfriend already is one.
Are you about to go to trial, or are you about to commit the felony?
sure is

Bowling Green, KY

#20 Oct 16, 2012
[QUOTE who="do the crime. do the time"]<quoted text>
No dumbas@ not 100% of people are convicted of something. What a dipsh@t thing to think. Please don't have children.[/QUOTE]

Yes dipshit they are. Can u name one damn person on this earth that has never violated any of the ten commandments? And I said that not all are convicted on paper but everyone is guilty of something!!!!! Yep, DIDNT think so...
Lulu

United States

#21 Oct 17, 2012
Mud wrote:
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Are you about to go to trial, or are you about to commit the felony?
Abt to go to trial

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