No, the court does not.A court has neither an obligation or the jurisdiction to enforce religion, nor can they make up rules as they go along to prove a religion or exemption, when the religion in question is never provided or required, according to a one sentence religion exemption contract.
One person says I have to prove an exemption is not in violation, you further it by commenting with examples of controlled substances are not exemptions.
And seriously, why bother with this nonsense? It's a closed and moot point. I said my question was answered, and then a couple of you decide to troll things to death.