31 Jan What Are Conjugal Visits?
Romance is in the air. Cupid’s bow is pointed, and you’re the target. The problem is that your loved one is currently in jail. It looks like you’ll be spending the holiday with yourself. If you want to avoid that, you have two options: you can setup a conjugal visit, or bail your loved one out.
A conjugal visit is a scheduled time that an inmate may have some alone time with a visitor. The visitor needs to be a spouse.
Planning conjugal visit takes times, and lots of preparation. First, you’ll have to be approved to have a conjugal visit, as a well as your loved one in custody has to be granted the privilege. Conjugal visits can only occur in state prisons as well. According to the Life of The Law, a website dedicated to prison and law, conjugal visits can last for a day or 48 hours. Not all prisons are the same, so not all conjugal rooms may be the same.
No one will be directly supervising you on your conjugal visit, but it will be timed. You’ll be limited to what you can bring, and wear during this kind of visit. You won’t be able to go Fifty Shades on your loved one in prison.
If you bail your loved one out, you won’t have to worry about being approved to visit him or her. You’ll be able to hold, and touch your loved one multiple times, and not have to stress out about a time limit. All you have to do to prevent your Valentine’s Day conjugal visit is call us.
We our available 24/7 to help you bail your loved one out. Let us be your wing-man or wing-woman this Valentine’s day, and get you into your own bed.