What proof do I need for adultery?
You do not need to actually catch your spouse in the act with someone else. Instead, you generally need to prove that your spouse had the opportunity and inclination to commit adultery. However, your circumstantial evidence must be sufficiently definite that you can pinpoint the time and place of the adultery.
What are the evidence for adultery?
Depending on state statutes, the prosecutor must show that either one or both parties to the adultery were wed to someone else at the time of their relationship. Evidence that the defendant had the chance to have sexual relations coupled with a desire, or opportunity and inclination, might be sufficient to prove guilt.
Who is guilty of adultery?
ADULTERY, criminal law. From ad and alter, another person; a criminal conversation, between a man married to another woman, and a woman married to another man, or a married and unmarried person. The married person is guilty of adultery, the unmarried of fornication.