Mr. Jeffs' attorney, Wally Bugden, claimed the case was mere religious persecution and said he was "thrilled" by the court's ruling.
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"We said from the very beginning that they chose the wrong crime to prosecute an unpopular religious figure," he told Reuters news agency. "They attempted to impute criminal liability to an unpopular person."
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