As of 2014, polygamy, the act of having multiple spouses at a time, is not legal anywhere in the United States. According to the New York Times, the Supreme Court approved of each state's right to restrict polygamy as a form of marriage in 1879.Know More
In 2014, the famous polygamous Brown family in Utah, from the television show Sister Wives, fought in court for the ability to live together without prosecution. They won their case and are granted protection from being persecuted in the state of Utah. The successful case did not grant them the ability to have multiple marriage licenses, and thus they are not considered technically polygamous by law.Learn more about Is This Illegal?
The law on keeping exotic animals as pets varies from each state in the United States. Some states require a license on all exotic pets, some states require a license for some exotic pets, and some have no restrictions on exotic pets.Full Answer >
It is legal to purchase nitric oxide in the United States. Nitric oxide supplements are helpful in enhancing performance levels during workouts. This includes increased recover rates, increased glucose use, having more energy available and boosting endurance, reports Bodybuilding.com.Full Answer >
A lewd act is a legal category that describes a crime that is of a sexual nature yet falls short of the legal definition of sexual assault or rape. The U.S. Military defines unlawful sexual contact as unwanted contact with the victim's genitals or surrounding areas with the intent to arouse or degrade any person involved.Full Answer >
There is no law against scattering ashes on land not designated as state or federal land. However, before scattering ashes on private property, it is advised that the family seek the permission of the property owner.Full Answer >