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Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hawaii-marriage-licence-law-article-8490158.html#ixzz1QHp7gUQjE8I1sM1bCdg== Article Posted May 05, 2019 16:03:47A man was arrested after a Hawaii marriage equality case got into a heated argument.
The man, Daniel Soto, of Kapolei, is charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly having an intimate relationship with a minor.
Soto has been booked into the Honolulu Jail and is expected to appear in court May 16.
His attorney, Mark Williams, told ABC News he is innocent of the charges and believes the woman was the victim of a misunderstanding.
“This is a civil rights issue.
This is not a criminal matter,” he said.”
The woman was a victim of mistaken identity, and it’s the same for all the people of Hawaii.”
The arrest came after a couple in the small town of Kapo, located near Honolulu, filed a complaint about the couple’s relationship.
They were told by the city police department that they could not file a complaint because they did not have a “reasonable suspicion” of criminal wrongdoing.
The police department said it investigated the couple, and they were referred to the Honolulu police department for possible charges.
A week after the complaint was filed, the couple filed a civil lawsuit against the city, alleging they were denied the right to marry in Hawaii.
A judge ruled the couple could file their lawsuit at the Hawaii Civil Division.
Hawaii marriage licenses are available from the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Vital Statistics, the Department Of Health, the Office of the State Registrar of Vital Records, the Hawaii Bureau of Marriage, the City of Honolulu, the Honolulu Police Department, and the Department Health Department.