Michigan Adultery Law
THE MICHIGAN PENAL CODE (EXCERPT)
Experts from Michigan Adultery Law
750.29 Adultery; definition.Sec. 29.
Definition – Adultery is the sexual intercourse of 2 persons, either of whom is married to a third person.
750.30 Adultery; punishment.Sec. 30.
Punishment – Any person who shall commit adultery shall be guilty of a felony; and when the crime is committed between a married woman and a man who is unmarried, the man shall be guilty of adultery, and liable to the same punishment.
750.31 Adultery; complaint and time of prosecution.Sec. 31.
Complainant and time prosecution to be commenced – No prosecution for adultery, under the preceding section, shall be commenced, but on the complaint of the husband or wife; and no such prosecution shall be commenced after 1 year from the time of committing the offense.
750.32 Adultery; cohabitation of divorced parties.Sec. 32.
Cohabitation by divorced parties – If any persons after being divorced from the bonds of matrimony for any cause whatever, shall cohabit together, they shall be liable to all the penalties provided by law against adultery.
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