Jails Couldn't Hold All The Adulterers If The Law Was Enforced

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Editor:

I am writing in response to the article on the two convicted of adultery Feb. 23. What a waste of the taxpayers' money.

First, there was the cost of the arrest, then the trial and all the paperwork that had to be done for both. The only positive side to this story is that they didn't do 30 days in jail. If this law was strictly enforced and they had to do the 30 days then you would see the cost to the taxpayer skyrocket.

Also, there would not be enough jails to house them. Fidelity started going downhill after Adam and Eve.

William Clayton, Payson

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