Read more: http://www.popmatters.com/review/adultery-infidelity-and-the-law-by-deborah-l.-rhode/#ixzz4HbwzG2U1
Food for thought: I was truly surprised to learn that Professor Rhode cited my case in her new book, "Adultery, Infidelity and the Law," the timing of her book release was interesting...
Needless to say, this remains an issue in our military and so does "selective prosecution" of our military members (or lackthereof) who are married and commit adultery. Every foreign port I've visited are lined with brothels and bars to accommodate our Servicemembers. Honestly to them, it's a major perk for military service.
Yet I still remain the only Single person to be prosecuted in such a manner and sentenced to serve time in prison and stripped of my pension for a crime I didn't commit! Talk about double standards. The rules needs to be standard across the board and I'm sure the married officers will be relieved when the laws change in their favor!!