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If the husband thinks that you committed adultery with his wife, then he has the right to contact you and even subpoena you to testify as the divorce trial. However, adultery is a crime in Virginia, and that means he cannot force you to incriminate yourself by admitting adultery. You have a 5th Amendment right not to implicate yourself in a crime.
But the question is, can you make him stop calling and emailing? Unfortunately, the answer is generally no. If he were calling you numerous times every day and/or at inconvenient times such as late at night, then you could argue to the police that the man is harassing you. But assuming the husband hasn't gone that far, and simply called and emailed a handful of times, then I'm sorry to say that type of contact is lawful. If you believe that the husband is dangerous, however, then you can visit your local police department, file a report, and ask for the forms for a temporary restraining order
so that a judge can order that he not make contact with you. At the hearing, however, you will need to explain how and why you believe that the husband is dangerous and/or threatening
If I were you, I would likely talk to the man in order to explain that (1) you did not commit adultery with his wife, and (2) that you will testify that you did not commit adultery if asked about it in court. If, however, you are called to testify in court despite your warnings to the husband, then you obviously must tell the truth. If you did not commit adultery, then tell that to the judge. If you did, then refuse to answer on 5th Amendment grounds. Either way, the husband will not get what he wants. But in my opinion, the best way to get this guy off your back right now is if you speak to him, appease him, and make it clear that you had nothing to do with his wife and will testify about that if called to court. If the guy gets threatening, then file the police report and seek the restraining order. The police can help with the restraining order paperwork.
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