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26 Re: adultery case? on Sun May 27, 2012 7:46 am

attyLLL


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harriane, but a civil case for damages against you is possible for interfering in their family affairs. and if you live together, you can be charged with concubinage.


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27 Re: adultery case? on Sun May 27, 2012 7:50 am

attyLLL


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charles, if you already have counsel, then you should discuss this matter with him. if on the birth certificate it does not state that there is someone else not your husband who is the father, then i would argue that it is not evidence of adultery at all, but not argue against its admissibility.


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28 Re: adultery case? on Sun May 27, 2012 1:28 pm

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attyLLL wrote:charles, if you already have counsel, then you should discuss this matter with him. if on the birth certificate it does not state that there is someone else not your husband who is the father, then i would argue that it is not evidence of adultery at all, but not argue against its admissibility.

thanks so much atty. unfortunately it does state in the birth certificate of the child that the father is not my husband. would arguing its admissibility diminishes my defense despite what i have cited above/previously on pd 603?

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