Part II of this Note discusses the facts leading up to Boone v. State and the First Amendment arguments raised by Boone. Part III offers a brief historical perspective on religion in the American legal system, emphasizing specific developments relevant to Boone's case. Part IV analyzes the court's fatally flawed analysis, and Part V addresses the ramifications of the holding and offers some suggestions.
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Charles Davis, Between a Man and His God: Violating the First Amendment Through Compelled Behavior Modification, 29 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1031 (2006).