Does a wife have to testify against a husband in court.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Whether the so-called marital privilege applies in the situation described, normally depends upon what the accused (the husband in this case)has been charged with and the relevant facts surrounding the alleged commission
of the offense so charged.
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