Same-Sex Couple May Set Precedent in Criminal Case

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Updated: 6/16/2013 7:40 pm
       A Kentucky court could set a precedent if they force a lesbian woman to testify against her partner.

       Prosecutors say Geneva Case overheard her partner Bobbie Joe Clary talk about murdering a man two years ago.

       Case has said she wont testify against Clary citing a Kentucky law that allows spouses to refuse to  testify against each other.

     Kentucky law also says they don't recognize same-sex marriages.

     Clary and Case were married in Vermont in 2004.
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