Idaho Supreme Court won’t weigh legality of child marriage


              FILE - Erin Carver stands outside her attorney's office in Boise, Idaho, Monday, Feb. 28, 2022. A legal loophole that allows parents of teens to nullify child custody agreements by arranging child marriages will remain in effect under a ruling from the Idaho Supreme Court on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The case arose from a custody battle between Carver and her ex-husband, William Hornish, who planned to move to Florida and wanted to take their 16-year-old daughter along. Hornish was accused of setting up a “sham marriage” between his daughter and another teen as a way to end the custody fight.   (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone, File)
            
              FILE - Erin Carver stands outside her attorney's office in Boise, Idaho, Monday, Feb. 28, 2022. A legal loophole that allows parents of teens to nullify child custody agreements by arranging child marriages will remain in effect under a ruling from the Idaho Supreme Court on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The case arose from a custody battle between Carver and her ex-husband, William Hornish, who planned to move to Florida and wanted to take their 16-year-old daughter along. Hornish was accused of setting up a “sham marriage” between his daughter and another teen as a way to end the custody fight.  (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone, File)
Idaho Supreme Court won’t weigh legality of child marriage