Failure to Remove “Outdated” Adultery Law in Virginia

by Admin on February 5, 2016

The Virginia Senate has killed a bill that would have decriminalized adultery in the state, reports Reason.

Had this passed to law, it would have reduced adultery from a criminal issue to a civil one.

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Currently, adultery is a Class 4 misdemeanor.

Virginia now stands behind other states, 13 of which have repealed similar adultery statutes in recent years.

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