Alabama Sodomy Law Not Dead Yet?

Written by scott on June 20th, 2014

Alabama Attorney General Luther StrangeThe Alabama Sodomy Law may not be entirely dead yet.

Joe.My.God reports:

Last Friday an Alabama appeals court struck down the state’s ban on consensual oral and anal sex. Yesterday Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange indicated that he will seek an appeal of that ruling. In a statement, the attorney general said the office believed the law was unconstitutional as applied to consensual acts. However, he said he was concerned with the impact the decision may have on prosecutions involving non-consensual sex.

It’s the same line AG Ken Cucinelli tried to push to preserve the Virginia sodomy law. He failed.

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3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Steve Rider says:

    Sometimes people that say stupid things actually are stupid. Or they might not believe the stupid thing they say in order to conceal their actual intentions, like preserving the Sanctity of Bigotry.

  2. Another unenforceable law against victimless acts mostly done in the privacy of one’s home. Snoopy Republicanism lives on and on and on, ad nauseum

  3. David Cline says:

    Consensual – Non-Consensual… See the difference. What’s the problem?

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