Saturday, February 05, 2005

Fourth Circuit hears the case of the Wiccan against Chesterfield County

The Richmond paper had this article on oral argument before the Fourth Circuit in the case of the Wiccan who sued to get on the list to give the opening prayer at Board of Supervisors meetings. (Incredibly, the article does not say who were the judges on the panel - further evidence that nobody at the Richmond paper reads this blog.)

The office of the County Attorney for Chesterfield has seven lawyers, including two who were at William & Mary law school while I was there. They get more than their share of interesting cases.

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