Texas Bigamy Laws?

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According to the Texas Penal Code Section 25.01, Bigamy is an offence if for example a legally married person purports to marry or does marry a person other than his spouse, lives with a person other than his spouse in this state under the appearance of being married. The punishment in Texas for bigamy includes imprisonment and a fine depending on the circumstances of the reported case.
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