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Yes, you could still be charged, because at the time you married your wife, you were already married. So, the fact that you later got divorced doesn't matter under the law. The statute specifically says:
Article 36.-CRIMES AFFECTING FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND CHILDREN
1. Bigamy is any of the following:
1. Marriage within this state by any person who shall have another spouse living at the time of such marriage;
2. Marriage within this state by an unmarried person to a person known to such unmarried person to be the spouse of some other person;
3. Cohabitation within this state after marriage in another state or country under circumstances described in subsection 1.1 or subsecttion 1.2 of this section.
2. It shall be a defense to a charge of bigamy that the accused reasonably beleived the prior marriage had been dissolved by death, divorce, or annulment.
3. Bigamy is a class E felony.
Now, if you believed that you were no longer married to the first woman at the time you married your wife, then while you could still be charged, you could also argue that as your defense.
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