[JURIST] A Georgia state court judge on Monday reversed his earlier decision blocking a Muslim man from entering his courtroom on three separate occasions on account of the man’s religious headwear. Troy "Tariq" Montgomery wears a tight-fitting cap called a kufia traditional Muslim symbol of humility. Henry County State Court Judge James Chafin originally requested Montgomery show proof that wearing the kufi is required [AJC report]. The Judicial Council of Georgia decided to allow headwear for religious or medical reasons…

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