Is there an adultery law in CT?
Under the law, a married person commits adultery by having sexual intercourse with someone other than his or her spouse. Single people cannot be charged. Conviction on the misdemeanor charge carries up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Connecticut authorities say they have no choice but to enforce the law.
What states have homewrecker laws?
Have you ever wanted to sue someone you believe broke up your marriage — a "homewrecker?" Well, in six states — Hawaii, Illinois, New Mexico, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Dakota, and Utah — you can.
In what states is it illegal to cheat on your spouse?
As of 2017, the US states with laws against adultery are Arizona, Florida, Kansas, Illinois, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Idaho, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Utah (of course), New York, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Maryland. However, they aren't generally enforced any more.
What is the punishment for adultery in the state of Virginia?
Virginia classifies adultery as a Class 4 misdemeanor – the lowest-level criminal offense, with a maximum punishment of a $250 fine.