Joshua J. Robertson sued state prison officials for refusing his request for conjugal contact with Jennifer Self, 32, the woman he describes as his common-law wife. She was his co-defendant in the 2002 killing of her mother, the crime for which both are serving life sentences in prison.
Joshua J. Robertson sued state prison officials for refusing his request for conjugal contact with Jennifer Self, 32, the woman he describes as his common-law wife. She was his co-defendant in the 2002 killing of her mother, the crime for which both are serving life sentences in prison. File photo
Joshua J. Robertson sued state prison officials for refusing his request for conjugal contact with Jennifer Self, 32, the woman he describes as his common-law wife. She was his co-defendant in the 2002 killing of her mother, the crime for which both are serving life sentences in prison. File photo

No cohabitation for Kansas inmate, appeals court rules

August 13, 2015 12:42 PM