Oregon Inmate Sues to Not Live in a Mission
A convicted drug offender who was forced to live in a religious-oriented facility is suing a county in Oregon, claiming his civil rights were violated. Jason Dwain Davies is arguing in his lawsuit against Lane County that officials violated the Constitution’s separation of church and state clause by making him reside in a “fundamentally religious facility” while on probation.
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