So let me get this straight; when the wife checks the husband’s email for evidence of cheating, it’s considered necessary, even encouraged, but when the husband check the wife’s email for the same reason, he may go to jail?
This very idea is playing out in court…have YOU ever done this?
The attorney for a Michigan man who could end up in jail after logging into his wife’s personal e-mail account to look for evidence of infidelity says that a lot more courthouses had better be built if the case goes to trial.
The question for the judge or jurors who will hear the case isn’t whether Clara Walker gave Leon Walker, 33, permission to inspect her Google e-mail; he admits she didn’t know what he was up to until her e-mail messages became an issue in their divorce and child custody battle.
But Leon Walker claims that he had every right to poke around in the computer because he was concerned that his wife’s lover — the second of her two former husbands — might be abusive to her around their young children. Walker also contends that he had the right to go on the computer because he bought it, it was in his home, and she left the password lying around.