The polygamous family that stars in the reality TV show "Sister Wives" will not ask the courts to be paid back for costs incurred when they fled Utah to Nevada under the threat of prosecution under the state's polygamy law.
Court records show that attorneys for Kody Brown and his four wives say the family only wants a federal judge in Utah to make his December ruling striking down key parts of the state's polygamy laws final. The Browns sued Utah in 2011.
The ruling isn't in jeopardy of being changed, but it has yet to become official because of several unresolved, procedural issues. The question of monetary damages was among them.
Once the decision is final, Utah must decide if it will challenge the decision before a federal appeals court.