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Questions Surround Documents Found with Jeffs

Questions Surround Documents Found with Jeffs

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(KSL News) -- A state court may have to decide whether documents found when police arrested polygamous leader Warren Jeffs should be allowed in court.

Jeffs and his attorneys have until May 16 to hand over the documents or argue why they're protected. A court-appointed judiciary has been unable to get any information from Jeffs about a trust formerly controlled by the FLDS church. He believes many documents Jeffs had when arrested in August may shed light on the trust's operation.

The trust holds most all land and buildings in Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Arizona, and is valued at more than $100 million.

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