Prisoners retain a right to a family life but inevitably it is restricted by their incarceration". Discuss the extent to which prisoners should be allowed to continue to exercise this right while in prison

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Question: “Prisoners retain a right to a family life but inevitably it is restricted by their incarceration”. Discuss the extent to which prisoners should be allowed to continue to exercise this right while in prison.
Requirement:
1) Footnote
2) Bibliography ( please seperate from the 14 pages essay)
3) Please consider
– What right do prisoners have to be visited by their families?
– can they lose this right just because they breached ‘social contract’
– what right to family members have to visit prisoners?
– do prisoners have a right to marry?
– Do prisoners have a right to intimate visits from their spouses or partners?
– do prisoners have a right to have children by artificial insemination
4) Please look into cases
Dickson v the United Kingdom (1983)5 EHRR 347 (right to have children)
Jaremowicz v Poland, Frasik v Poland ( Right to marry)
Aliev v Ukraine (Application no.41220/98) 29 April 2003 ( Right to conjugal visit)
Raymond v Honey [1983] 1 AC 1 ( See what Lord Wilberforce said)
5) Please find other resources aside from the above from law journals.
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