In Florida, by far the most common ground for divorce is that the marriage is “irretrievably broken”.
But different states have different “grounds” for divorce.
A Maryland Husband has filed for divorce on the Maryland ground that Wife is a “convicted felon”.
Wife is serving a sentence of life in prison – and an additional twenty years. For murdering a couple.
Husband is also incarcerated for that couple’s murder.
Husband maintains that his Wife was the perpetrator of the murders. Husband’s sentence is only thirty-eight years.
It is unclear whether the legislature contemplated the application of the statute by one felon against another.