A 7th Circuit Court of Appeals decision, McCarthy v. Fuller (7th Cir. Apr. 10, 2013), that hinged in part on whether the religious status of the defendant, has attracted a good deal of attention among establishment clause folks for its "reminder" to the district court that federal courts are not empowered to decide (or to allow juries to decide) religious questions. See, for example, Canon Law in American Courts, or, Real Nun or Fake Nun?, which also notes the apparent first use of the word "exclaustration" (to be officially kicked out of a cloister) in a published opinion. And yes, the lead author was Richard Posner. Given the holding, don't hold your breath to see the first appearance of the word "indult."