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Exclusion of ‘Moorish-American’ Claim Upheld (access required)

A defendant convicted of three mis­demeanor traffic offenses was not denied his right to free exercise of religion when the trial court denied de­fendant the opportunity to explain to the jury his use of “El” at the end of his given name, as part of an apparent at­tempt to present a “sovereign citizen” defense; the ...

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