Tuesday, November 27, 2012

FOLLOW UP: Hernandez v. John Jay hearing tomorrow

c/o Rutherford Institute

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Attorneys for the Rutherford Institute will appear before the Bexar County District Court on November 28, 2012 at 9AM CST in favor of a preliminary injunction against John Jay High School to stop them from expelling San Antonio high school student, Andrea Hernandez for refusing participation in the school district’s new “Student Locator Project.”

Rutherford attorneys filed a petition for a temporary restraining order and immediate injunctive and declaratory relief in Hernandez's defense, . [The document] alleges the school’s actions violate Andrea’s rights under Texas’ Religious Freedom Act and the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. Last week, District Court Judge Solomon Casseb granted The Rutherford Institute’s request for a temporary restraining order in the case.

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