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Friday, 1 March 2013

Case law (US) (relating to AA and religion) (contd)



973 A. 2d 10 - Pa: Commonwealth Court, 2009
... Because the group meetings are for the purpose of treating addictions and not for exercising religion, no matter what the religion is, the trial court did not err in determining that Glenside ... (Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc., Alcoholics Anonymous, at 59-60 [3d ed.1976]). ...


342 F. Supp. 2d 887 - Dist. Court, ED California, 2004
... when a plaintiff claims that the state is coercing him or her to subscribe to religion generally, or to a particular religion, only three ... remand, 173 F.3d 120 (2d Cir.1999), plaintiff was a probationer with an alcohol problem who was required to attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) as a ...


139 F. Supp. 2d 1029 - Dist. Court, ED Wisconsin, 2001
... Contemp. Legal Issues 383, 404-06 (1999); Byron K. Henry, Note, In "A Higher Power" We Trust: Alcoholics Anonymous As a Condition of Probation and Establishment of Religion, 3 Tex. Wesleyan L.Rev. 443, 454-65 (1997). ...


241 F. 3d 330 - Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit, 2001
... Among the programs Rauser was required to complete were Alcoholics Anonymous ("AA") and/or Narcotics Anonymous ("NA"). Both of these programs are centered on a belief in a Supreme Being and require participants to accept God as a treatment for their addictions. ...


469 F. Supp. 2d 609 - Dist. Court, WD Wisconsin, 2007
... that holistic health care and spiritual and religious needs go "hand-in-hand." Finally, many of VA's treatment programs integrate religion and/or spirituality into their protocol. (1) using Lament and Faith Development, (2) teaching the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous; or (3 ...
 
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