Supreme Court Upholds Conviction of Mormon George Reynolds

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Decided: Reynolds v. United States — In a unanimous opinion written by Chief Justice Morrison Waite, the Supreme Court upholds the conviction of Mormon George Reynolds for violating the Morrill Anti-bigamy Act of 1862.


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