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What, the Punishment, Adultery

What Is the Punishment for Adultery?

by: Sarah Rigg

In the Old Testament of the Bible, the punishment for adultery was stoning. In most countries today, the legal punishment is milder. However, there are often social penalties even when adultery is not prosecuted legally.
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What Happens in Cases of Divorce Where Adultery Is Proven?

by Heather Frances J.D.

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Ohio Adultery Laws on Child Support & Alimony

by Heather Frances J.D.

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Does Cheating Affect Divorce in Pennsylvania?

by Jennifer Williams

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Does an Extramarital Affair Affect a Divorce in Iowa?

by: Cindy Chung

An extramarital affair can profoundly affect a marriage, causing a husband or wife to consider divorce after learning of a spouse’s infidelity. Before filing for divorce, Iowa residents may wish to become familiar with the laws in that state ...
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Adultery Laws in Kansas

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Divorce Laws in Washington State When a Spouse Is Cheating

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Can a Lover Be Forced to Testify at a Divorce if the Affair Is Known?

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Adultery & Divorce Laws in California

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What Constitutes Adultery in an Ohio Divorce?

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Does Pennsylvania Have a Spousal Infidelity Law?

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How to Prove Adultery for Divorce in South Carolina

Adultery is considered a criminal offense against morality and decency under South Carolina law and can be punished by a fine of up to $500 or six ...

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Adultery, Divorce & the Fifth Amendment Privilege

by: Maggie Lourdes

The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects an individual from self-incrimination. A person has a constitutional right to remain silent if his words may lead to criminal prosecution. This applies even when a person is subpoenaed ...
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What Impact Does Adultery During Separation Have on Divorce in Georgia?

by Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A.

Adultery & Divorce in Maine

by Beverly Bird

Legal Actions for Adultery

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