Is Alcoholics Anonymous Objectionable on Religious Grounds?

It is rare for someone to object to Alcoholics Anonymous on religious grounds, as someone whose drinking leads to legal problems usually is not fundamentally religious, or at least not heavily influenced by religion.  However, occasionally, someone will contest having to go to Alcoholics Anonymous, even if it if required for avoiding jail or earning a dismissal.  How is such an objection handled by our courts?  How should one make such an objection with credibility?  Click on the following link to find out.

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