Sects, Cults and the Attack on Jurisprudence - 2013-04-01

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F0.png Sects, Cults and the Attack on Jurisprudence April 1, 2013, Stephen Kent, Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion

This article examines the anti-juridical doctrines and actions of various religious and religiously-related sects and cults in the United States and Canada. When these groups reject the "rules of the legal game," they then follow their own laws, including ones about legal procedures and decorum. These self-established procedures and their related court decorum easily translate into outright hostility toward the law and those who enforce it.


{{cite news | first = Stephen | last = Kent | author2 = Robin Willey | title = Sects, Cults and the Attack on Jurisprudence | url = http://lawandreligion.com/sites/lawandreligion.com/files/2013%20Vol.%2014%20Kent.pdf | work = Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion | date = April 1, 2013 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}