In the Media

'It's a sentence you do with them'

PUBLISHED November 5, 2004

Wife, children and mother-in-law line up one-by-one to be patted down by a prison officer without batting an eyelid.

Mouths checked for drugs, they carry on past locked doors and a sniffer dog in what is obviously a familiar routine.
What lies beyond the rigmarole is their husband, their dad - and nothing is going to stop them visiting.