Yesterday's Salt Lake Tribune reports that, upon the motion of the prosecutor, an Arizona court has dismissed the two charges of sexual conduct with a minor pending in Arizona against former FLDS leader Warren Jeffs. Jeffs, who headed the polygamous FLDS sect, has already been sentenced to two 5-year to life sentences in Utah on charges of rape as an accomplice. (See prior posting.) Those convictions are on appeal to the Utah Supreme Court. (See prior posting.) Sexual assault and bigamy charges against him are pending in Texas. (See prior posting.) According to USA Today, the prosecution decided to drop Arizona charges in part because victims no longer wish to pursue the case and in part because Jeffs has already spent more time in jail in Arizona awaiting trial than he could receive if convicted. Jeffs' attorney said he believes that the Arizona charges were dropped because of alleged false statements made in the Utah trial by the chief witness against Jeffs, Elissa Wall. Meanwhile, Jeffs' attorney said they would oppose Jeffs' extradition to Texas while Jeffs' appeal is still pending in Utah.