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Other arguments[ edit ] Reynolds argued that the grand jury that had indicted him was not legal. Religious duty argument[ edit ] The Court considered whether Reynolds could use religious belief or duty as a defense. The Court recognized that under the First Amendment , the Congress cannot pass a law that prohibits the free exercise of religion. The principle that a person could only be married singly, not plurally, existed since the times of King James I of England in English law, upon which United States law was based. All the judge had done was "call the attention of the jury to the peculiar character of the crime" and had done so "not to make them partial, but to keep them impartial". The former "lies solely between man and his God," therefore "the legislative powers of the government reach actions only, and not opinions. Decision[ edit ] The Court affirmed Reynolds's conviction unanimously.
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Cannon , representative of the territory, wrote in response to this decision: The court held that universal education and press reports made it hard to find jurors who had not formed some opinion. Background[ edit ] The LDS Church, believing that the law unconstitutionally deprived its members of their First Amendment right to freely practice their religion , chose to ignore the Morrill Anti-Bigamy Act at the time. Decision[ edit ] The Court affirmed Reynolds's conviction unanimously.
Description: Eventually, amid the efforts to indict the LDS leadership for bigamy, the First Presidency agreed to furnish a defendant in a test case to be brought before the United States Supreme Court to determine the constitutionality of the anti-bigamy law. Cannon , representative of the territory, wrote in response to this decision: Reaction[ edit ] George Q. The Court held that Reynolds had freely admitted that he was a bigamist.