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Thank you for your question. With few exceptions, courts are considered public forums and open to anyone who is interested in attending. Occasionally, there may be subject matter that would restrict who could be in attendance. For example, juvenile delinquency and juvenile dependency (CPS) court hearings are not open to the public. Another example might be where a prospective attendee has no legitimate purpose in attending and has a restraining order/protective order against them. The court may prohibit the public from attending in other cases where doing so could compromise the case or endanger a child. However, the general rule is that anyone can attend any court hearing for any reason.
So, unless there is something special about the case or the circumstances, a married woman who is having an affair is free to have another married person having an affair with them into court.
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I apologize, but there may be some confusion. There is a difference between taking someone into court and bringing suit against someone. I thought you were talking about physically bringing someone into court, as a friend or for moral support, or just to watch.