No. Definitely not.
Case-by-case basis. Not that black & white.
Other- please explain
If a woman claims a man she never knew raped her, proving that sex occurred is more supportive than the same evidence in a claim of spousal rape. I answered it is a case by case basis for determination.
It is astonishing that most members of the forum seem to believe that if one person makes an accusation against another, that other person should be arrested, handcuffed, put in jail and held there for 6 months or a year if unable to post bond - money never to be returned - and spend tens of thousands of dollars for a lawyer, probably permanent lose of their job and maybe everything else - under the presumption of guilt unless months later when the person has lost everything that can't be proven.
The French philosopher Torqueville predicted the United States would ultimately evolve to this as the ultimate evolution of democracy. More people in prison than anywhere else on earth. Far more with convictions, on probation and lose of most citizen's rights for life - with imprisonment and punishment imposed initially and continued unless later it shown there was not enough evidence for a case - the person's life shattered by then.
Last edited by joko104; 01-17-14 at 04:39 PM.
Is sex with your spouse a legal marital obligation?