Watson v. Jones: Secular Courts Can't Necessarily Overrule Church Tribunals

Watson v. Jones: Secular Courts Can't Necessarily Overrule Church Tribunals

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Decided: Watson v. Jones — The U.S. Supreme Court rules that a member of a religious organization may not appeal to secular courts against a decision made by a church tribunal within the area of its competence.

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