Morning Docket: 07.27.20

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* A couple is arguing in a new lawsuit that weddings and receptions should be exempted from COVID-19 closures on religious grounds. Wouldn’t be surprised if the bride or groom was a lawyer — that’s a creative argument. [NBC News]

* Surveillance footage appears to link the former lawyer accused of murdering the son of a federal judge to the slaying of a “men’s rights” activist in California. [Fox News]

* Check out this interesting piece by an attorney with autism reflecting on the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. [Jurist]

* Criminal courts in Pittsburgh are closed for in-person hearings until further notice after an attorney tested positive for COVID-19. [CBS News]

* The Washington Post has settled a defamation lawsuit filed by a Covington Catholic student over a viral video that was released last year. [New York Times]

* A Florida strip club is in hot water for denying two women entry because they were not with a man. We all saw RBG, this is a suspect practice. [Orlando Weekly]

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