Christian Legal Society v. Martinez   Leave a comment

The US Supreme Court recently decided on a freedom of religion/discrimination case. I’m currently working on a legal note for my law school class, but I will try to provide some analysis of this decision by 4th of July weekend. All in all, the dissenting votes of Justices Alito, Scalia, Thomas, and Chief Justice Roberts could not overcome a disappointing decision by the majority. At the very least, it creates additional legal costs to Christian Legal Society to plead their case. At worst, this is a huge blow to the First Amendment freedom of religion, and to orthodox Christianity.

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Posted June 28, 2010 by Mitchell J. Kim in Uncategorized

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