Document Type

Brief

Publication Date

1-1-2012

Abstract

Statement of Issues: Whether a prison system may deprive American Indians of their fundamental right to exercise their religion where the prison system has not demonstrated that the policy actually furthers its asserted compelling government interest. Whether a prison system may deprive American Indians of their fundamental right to exercise their religion where the prison system has not even considered less restrictive means of furthering its asserted compelling interest.

Publisher

In the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

Publication Title

Untied States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama

Issue

No. 12-11926

Comments

Co-counsel for amicus National Congress of American Indians

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