Unlike civilian anti-adultery laws, the military rules are sometimes enforced. Last year the Air Force alone prosecuted 67 soldiers for adultery. Critics say that the military applies these laws hypocritically, allowing high-ranking male officers to get away with affairs but not women or rank-and-file soldiers. Secretary of Defense William Cohen has ordered a Pentagon commission to clarify the guidelines in an effort to eliminate perceived inconsistencies.
Is adultery punishable in California?
In the past there have been cases where a military officer was discharged.
Is adultery a punishable crime iN CT
There is no statute of limitations for adultery in the military, especially if a crime was committed. Adultery is rarely prosecuted in the military.
I don't think so
Adultery is a felony in Oklahoma, punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine.
Not "adultery", but from what is known, it is forbidden while on duty and/or in public on military installations.
If the particular state in which the adultery occurred has laws against it. Adultery is not illegal in all states, and in some states where it is a crime the law is not enforced and adulterers are not prosecuted. If however the "military wife" is also enlisted, then she can definitely be charged with adultery under UCMJ.
Adultery is a misdemeanor in New York, punishable by up to 90 days in jail. The law is rarely enforced. A recent case involved a couple having sex in a public park.
depends what country you live in. if you're a woman living in Iran. you can be stoned to death for it. Europe or America, no. go for it!