Obviously! It should carry MMS and strict for 2nd++ offense..
Yah, first fine, then jail, mild jail time.
Because that's what adulterers think, right?and to make people take marriage more seriously and not just jump in it with the attitude "I can just upgrade later"
how old are you where you think this fantasy world you've created resembles reality?or simply exchange their spouse for a new one every five years.
family members don't count Jim Bob.(I am stating this even though I was lucky enough to be one of the most popular in my school, and am lucky enough to be attractive to many woman)
You can only sue for monitory damages.
The perpetrator can only receive jail time if they are found guilty of a criminal charge, which is a crime against The People.
Adultery is not a criminal offence; therefore an adulterous cannot receive jail time.
If adultery were a criminal offence, then the State would either charge her in conjunction with your civil suit or have to peruse charges independently if you chose not to file.
If you find yourself in the position to choose rather to charge or not charge for a criminal offence, then you are a DA.
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Tucker Case - Tard magnet.