Finding the law to violate all three elements of the Lemon test, Judge Michael Baylson struck down a Pennsylvania blasphemy statute. The 1977 law prohibited corporate names from including blasphemous or profane words.
In his 68-page opinion in Kalman v. Cortes , U.S. District Judge Michael M. Baylson found that "the statute's plain language makes apparent its predominantly religious purpose."
Baylson also found that the law "unequivocally excludes only one religious perspective but not the other, as it permits speech deemed reverent to religious beliefs, yet excludes speech deemed irreverent to religious beliefs."
In addition, he noted that government employees were left to make judgments without any standards to follow, essentially leaving enforcement of the law to the discretion of individual religious beliefs.You can read the opinion here.