Free Exercise Religion Cantwell v. Connecticut (1940) Supreme Court Ruling

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Connecticut v. Cantwell was a United States Supreme Court verdict that integrated or applied, through the 14th Amendment Due Process Clause, the First Amendment's protection of free exercise religion. The Connecticut statute stated licensing was a must for all those that seeking for charitable or religious purposes. This case involved Cantwell Jesse and his two sons, Russel and Newton; and Connecticut. The Cantwell's were Jehovah's Witness members and went around New Haven spreading books and phonograph records.

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