From what you have written, just because your daughter's husband showed the pawn shop the wedding certificate between him and your daughter, such in and of itself does not give him or the pawn shop the legal authority to accept the truck that is solely in her name as collateral for the "pawn loan".
The vehicle is presumed hers given the title registration and the pawn that you have written about seems improper. I suggest that your daughter consult with an attorney (family law) to assist her with the pawn situation to get the return of her vehicle to her possession and her marital issues.
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