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A constitutional scholar who graduated cum laude from Harvard Law and later taught at the University of Oklahoma and Oral Roberts University says a federal judge got it backwards when she wrote an opinion that Oklahoma voters would not be allowed to ban the use of Shariah law in their courts.
That opinion came from Chief Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, who before Christmas blocked the state from certifying a constitutional amendment approved by 70 percent of Oklahoma voters through a ballot initiative known as State Question 755.
A Muslim activist had contended in court that he would be injured by having his religious law banned from use in the courts, and Miles-LaGrange agreed, writing that plaintiff Muneer Awad "has shown that he will suffer an injury in fact, specifically, an invasion of his First Amendment rights."...