The Case Against Polygamy
From: Cruel Arithmetic
Discusses the case built against polygamy in the trial, particularly focusing on the legal arguments. Both the Bountiful case and other polygamy cases, such as that of Warren Jeffs, are touched upon.
Craig Jones, QC, BGS, LLB, LLM, holds law degrees from UBC and Harvard Law School. For six years he was the lead constitutional litigator for the Attorney General of British Columbia, where he argued a series of significant cases including the Safe Injection Site appeal, the Polygamy Reference, and challenges to the Braidwood Taser Inquiry. He is now a professor of law at Thompson Rivers University. He is the author of four books and dozens of articles on legal subjects.