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Religious Freedom in Correctional Facilities

Although persons seeking to determine whether to accommodate a particular religious practice, particularly based on a request from adherents of an unconventional, unorthodox, or relatively unknown religion may at times be inclined to ask whether an “unconventional” religion is “legitimate”, an examination of court decisions soon makes it apparent that this is perhaps a trick or wrong question altogether.”

Included in this artlice are cases touching on issues involving, among others, Wiccan and Asatru prisoners.

Read the original article at: AELE Monthly Law Journal

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