Polygamy trial evidence phase ends

The evidence phase in the B.C., Canada constitutional reference case regarding polygamy has ended.

Beginning Nov. 22, the trial heard from more than two dozen witnesses, including experts and former and current polygamists, The Province reports:

The matter was adjourned until March 28 for the start of what’s expected to be nearly two weeks of final submissions.

The trial is meant to determine whether Canada’s law on polygamy is constitutional.

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