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'My Five Wives' Family Cheers Polygamy Law Being Overturned, Declares 'We're No Longer Criminals'

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Mar. 16 2014, Published 1:50 p.m. ET

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TV's newest polygamist family is celebrating the decision by Utah judge legalizing their unconventional lifestyle and in this sneak peek of the upcoming episode of My Five Wives they celebrate that they are "no longer criminals."

The Sisters Wives star Kody Brown and his four spouses sued the state of Utah over its polygamy law and these TLC stars share their excitement in the judge's decision.

Brady Williams and his wives, Paulie, Robyn, Rosemary, Nonie and Rhonda have 24 children and he gathers many of them around to explain to them what happened.

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"Polygamy is not illegal anymore. Amazing. The judge found polygamy law unconstitutional," he says.

In December, a judge knocked down that part of the Utah law dealing with "cohabitation."  Bigamy remains illegal but plural families can now live together in Utah so long as there is only one legal marriage.

"It's really really good news for us as a family and for all polygamists that we're now no longer criminals."

Kody Brown

My Five Wives airs on TLC Sunday at 10/9c.

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