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Docket Number21-5592
Term2021
Full NameNone
Short NameRamirez v. Collier
PetitionerNone
RespondentNone
Date Argued (Reargued)Nov. 1, 2021
Date Decided

Question Presented

(1) Whether, consistent with the free exercise clause and Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, Texas’ decision to allow Ramirez’s pastor to enter the execution chamber, but forbidding the pastor from laying his hands on his parishioner as he dies, substantially burden the exercise of his religion, so as to require Texas to justify the deprivation as the least restrictive means of advancing a compelling governmental interest; and (2) whether, considering the free exercise clause and RLUIPA, Texas’ decision to allow Ramirez’s pastor to enter the execution chamber, but forbidding the pastor from singing prayers, saying prayers or scripture, or whispering prayers or scripture, substantially burden the exercise of his religion, so as to require Texas to justify the deprivation as the least restrictive means of advancing a compelling governmental interest.

Case Prediction Summary

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Total Prediction Count72
Votes for Justice Affirm47
Votes to Justice Reverse25
% Justice (A)ffirm/(R)everse
65 (A)
Votes for Outcome Affirm7
Votes for Outcome Reverse1
% Outcome (A)ffirm/(R)everse
87 (A)
Predicted Outcome
Affirm

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