She had been sentenced at Blackpool Magistrates' Court for an offence of bigamy committed in April 2002, which she admitted.
For example, Denise Robins, a wildly successful Mills & Boon star of the 1930s, wrote of rape, abduction, bigamy , suicide, illegitimacy and divorce.
Of course, Trudy turns to old reliable Norval, but even he's smart enough to realize it would be bigamy for her to marry again.
But someone blew the whistle and Michael was arrested for bigamy and hauled before the courts.
During his days in court, the criminal past of the self-confessed liar and philanderer emerged, with offences of bigamy , theft, fraud and criminal damage, and a faked suicide among two changes of identity.
In 1882 Congress passed a law making bigamy a federal crime.
Police issued an arrest warrant for bigamy and John, who now lives on the Isle of Man, turned himself in last week.
When she confronted him, ‘He told [her] that he was getting a pension and that he would give her one half of what he Recieved if she would not have him arrested for bigamy .’
In fact, laws against bigamy , adultery, and adult incest might be defended in the interest of preventing harm to others.
Then in December 1999 the district attorney's office charged him with bigamy because he was legally married to another woman.