How can the legal system hurt one individual for following church teachings if both of them are of the same religion?
In War Games the quote "The only way to win is to not play the game" (let a father judge another father) is for an end game solution, but if someone is being coerced to try to hurt the other person (i.e. restraining order), and the other person can convince the judge that they're being forced into something can a judge choose to extend spousal immunity to the couple if they're communicating by lying on the stand as a "smoke screen"?
What happens if someone is made aware of the fact the person is mentally incompetent after the trial is over, and the transcript gets lost?
Essentially what I'm asking is spousal privilege a defense for a forced restraining order by a biological father if he won't even speak to a suitor (i.e. may I take your daughter on a date)?
The original question was:
The CHURCH teaches that every relationship is based upon seeing a potential spouse, so does spousal immunity exist?