The husband’s lover, on the other hand, may be killed in any manner desired.
Say a man and woman want to get married in New Jersey. They’ll have to wait at least 72 hours.
Unless, that is, the man was arrested for “bastardy, rape, fornication or of having had carnal knowledge of an unmarried female, and the accused person consents to marry such female.”
In that case, officials can […]
However, if caught, the lovers are both fined only 10 dollars
The implications for the first wife are apparent.
Constitution of Tennessee Article XI: Miscellaneous Provisions: Section 14
The intermarriage of white persons with negroes, mulattoes, or persons of mixed blood, descended from a negro to the third generation inclusive of their living together as man and wife in this State is prohibited. The legislature shall enforce this section by appropriate legislation.
Title 16 – Crimes and Offenses CHAPTER 15. OFFENSES AGAINST MORALITY AND DECENCY ARTICLE 1. MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES
SECTION 16-15-50. Seduction under promise of marriage.
A male over the age of sixteen years who by means of deception and promise of marriage seduces an unmarried woman in this State is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon […]
Section 623 of The Pennsylvania Penal Code of 1939 (18 P.S. § 4623)
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