Since 1993, every one of the 50 states and DC have authorized laws against conjugal assault. The lone conjugal exception that actually exists in certain states is intended for legally defined sexual assault.
Legally defined sexual assault happens when a grown-up has intercourse with a minor—somebody more youthful than 18. Individuals more youthful than 18 are legitimately unequipped for offering agree to engaging in sexual relations; so for instance, if Jen, a 17 year old eagerly has intercourse with Tony, her 21 year former sweetheart, Tony can be accused of assault, since Jen isn't lawfully equipped for giving assent in any case. Be that as it may, if Jen and Tony are hitched and live in a state with a military assault exception for legally defined sexual assault, Tony need not dread criminal accusations for having consensual sex with Jen.