Justified Homicide in Marital Affair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Sgt View Post
    Reminds me of the Salesman Hubby that came home early one afternoon, heard a noise upstairs in the bedroom, eased up the stairs and cracked the door...lo and behold his nextdoor neighbor was there, taking care of business with his wife. The hubby slipped to the hall closet, grabbed the shotgun, eased back to the bedroom door, opened it, and shot his neighbor. In court, soon thereafter, the judge asked the hubby how he wanted to plead...Hubby says, "Your Honor, I am guilty, but I was a sportsman about it"...The judge, a bit confused, said, "What do you mean you were a sportsman about it"? Hubby smiled and said..."Your Honor, I hit him on the rise!!" Kinda sums it up for me...
    OK since this is obviously going to be a humor thread until the mods close it down, I got as far as the guy in the closet and it reminded me of the saying, "Anythings possible, except gettting dressed quietly in a closet with a pocket full of change."

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    If you shot an unarmed husband who was irate because he caught you nailing his wife, you would probably be charged with murder. I would expect the jury to compromise on a manslaughter conviction.

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    Takes some Gonads to shoot a man while your nailing his wife. that is just wrong on so many levels
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbr View Post
    Takes some Gonads to shoot a man while your nailing his wife. that is just wrong on so many levels
    +1 I just have to agree, never should have been in the situation.
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    When you do wrong, whatever befalls you as a result is the price you have to pay. Shoot the guy? How about begging for forgiveness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
    If you shot an unarmed husband who was irate because he caught you nailing his wife, you would probably be charged with murder. I would expect the jury to compromise on a manslaughter conviction.
    +1.

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    It really isn't funny.... and people shouldn't make assumptions......

    I'm single and was going out with this one woman, and on about the 8th -10th date she said something that really caught me weird, and I probed about that comment until she admitted to me ..... she was married. She had been telling me the entire time she was single, and there was no reason to doubt her.

    The "other" guy, may not know ... he's "the other guy".

    I'm always amazed anyway, blame the one that's married to you...... they are the one who cheated on you, not the other person.

    If some buy busted in with a gun in his hand, and I didn't have any idea who he was, I would be totally justified in shooting him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutz4utwo View Post
    Last I checked, having an affair is not illegal
    In Alabama it's a misdemeanour

    I know, not your point just wanted to be "that guy"
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    If your messing with a married woman, you deserve to get your a$$ kicked. Don't mess around with married women.

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    So . . martino, you ain't plannin' sumpthin' an' just checkin' the temperature of the waters are ya??

    I noticed you ain't been back here for over 23hrs now.


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    In Texas you can't use force in a situation where you provoked the attack.

    (4) if the actor provoked the other's use or attempted use of
    unlawful force, unless:
    I would venture to say that sleeping with someones wife in their bed is provocation. Of course you have to look at the scenario this way. Your in bed with no clothes on and the husband comes home. If he is a daily carrier your probably going to get shot before you can get to your pants. Just something to keep in mind.
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    Martino,

    I learned two weeks ago upon my need to visit MS that they have on the books an exclusion to homicide as being justifiable if a person while in the heat of passion kills another.

    As well in my own state of residence (MA) where adultery is in the statute as being unlawful; Depending on conditions (where are you located; A motel(neutral), your home or the attackers home) you per se as the 'victim' _could_ (not guaranteed would) have some ground to stand on as related to defense of self being lawful in immediate threat counteraction.

    Reference your own state laws for more on this.
    Like most everything else in relation to life, living and law...It likely is not generic as a position but rather specific to state laws and possibly even local bylaws.

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