And yes, it is FAR too broad. Incarceration for hurting someone's feelings is absolutely ridiculous.
And breach of WHAT contract? The marriage license? Where in the marriage license does it say "sex with anyone other than your spouse is forbidden"? Because I sure didn't see it on the ones I've signed.
What good would incarceration do? What harm is an adulterer to the rest of society? What good does it do to segregate them from everyone else?I hear your opinion, and in most cases that is probably fair.
I think that in some cases, incarceration is the exact thing that should be done.
Counseling should never be mandatory. Especially marriage counseling. How much good is it going to do if the two parties involved don't need or want it? You force two people to go sit in a room with a shrink, and then what? You can't make them talk. You can't make them engage. You can't make them listen. You can't make them help each other do anything if they don't WANT to. It's perfectly pointless and a waste of taxpayer dollars.In all cases, mandatory counseling (personal) should be a consequence.