- Ross v. Coughlin
- Young v. Lane
922 F. 2d 370 (7th Cir. 1991)
733 F. Supp 1208 (N.D.Ill.)
1989 WL 197412 (N.D. Ill.)
1989 WL 57880 (N.D. Ill.)
- Prisoner may wear yarmulka
- Ward v. Walsh
- Best v. Kelly
- Thomas v. Lord
174 Misc.2d 461, 664 N.Y.S.2d 973 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1997), No. 1963-96. Dated: July 8,
1997. Opinion by J. Daniel D. Angiolillo.
- "Prisoners request that court declare her a member of the Jewish faith and
that prison authorities accept her as such denied; however, non-Jewish prisoner had a
right to participate in all Jewish religious observances to the extent allowed by the
teachings of the religion and subject to any legitimate or penologic restrictions that may
- People ex rel. Sarkis
175 Misc.2d 433, 668 N.Y.S.2d 435 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. 1997), Indictment No. 15676/89. Dated
December 10, 1997, as corrected March 2, 1998. Opinion by J. Reinaldo E. Rivera.
- Petition by Orthodox Jew acquitted of second degree murder on ground of insanity and
committed to psychiatric hospital to be furloughed during Jewish holidays denied, as were
his proposed alternatives to the accommodations being made by the hospital; New York case.
- Umar v. Scott
, 991 S.W.2d 512 (Tex. App. 1999), No. 2-98-203-CV. Dated May 13, 1999. Opinion by J. William Brigham.
- Prison policy of not allowing inmates to grow beards, except for legitimate medical reasons, along with policy of not allowing closed custody inmates to attend congregational religious services or religious classes together, did not violate Muslim prisoner's free exercise rights and equal protection rights under the U.S. Constitution, the Texas Government Code, or the Texas Constitution; prison officials entitled to qualified and official immunity.