A plea deal could be in the works for the southern Utah man whose “spiritual marriage” to an underage girl was the basis for Utah’s criminal prosecution of polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs.
Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs is having his criminal trial in Texas pushed back for a third time.
Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs is due to appear in court for his fifth hearing with still no word on whether he has an attorney.
Warren Jeffs stood during an arraignment on bigamy and sexual assault charges and entered not guilty pleas.
A West Texas court on Wednesday refused to rule on a request by polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs to delay his sexual assault trial so he could have more time to find an in-state attorney.
A Utah judge is scheduled to hear arguments Monday on a petition from polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs to quash an extradition agreement signed by the governors of Utah and Texas.