Fourth Circuit Rebuffs Rastafarian-Prisoner's Claim for Communal Feasts

Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School The Fourth Circuit ruled today that a Rastafarian prisoner in North Carolina couldn't show that prison officials denied his religious-exercise rights when they rejected his request to celebrate Rastafarian holy days through communal…

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