The Utah County Attorney, not surprisingly, would like to see the Brown family's bid to de-criminalize polygamy end sooner rather than later.
The office plans to file a motion for summary judgment, which means that most of the action in the federal case this summer will likely be on paper. A pretrial conference set for yesterday has been postponed indefinitely.
The polygamous reality show stars may answer with their own motion arguing the judge should quickly rule in their favor.
And the deadlines are: May 31, followed by replies due on June 29 and July 16.
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