(Asbury Park Press) Two Canadian men found guilty of polygamy will only serve a total of nine months collectively of house arrest and will also face 12 months of probation each, according to a Fox News report.
James Oler, 53, was found guilty of having five wives and sentenced to three months of house arrest, 75 hours of community service and a year of probation. He was found guilty Tuesday.
Winston Blackmore, 61, was found guilty last year of having twenty-four wives and sentenced to six months of house arrest, 150 hours of community service and a year of probation, according to the report.
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