Barry Hazle, one of the very few atheists in prison cells, was imprisoned for drug possession. A crime open to debate if it should even be illegal, but anyway, after he was released and put on parole (in California) he was re-arrested for asking for a secular treatment program for his addiction, instead of the religious Narcotics Anonymous.
Even though he was attending these classes while asking his parole agent to get a secular class, he was arrested during one of the meetings.
He got a hefty settlement for this illegal imprisonment.
If Christians had to attend treatment centers based around the Islamic Quran or Allah, or readings of atheist books, I think they would be unhappy.
Well atheists don’t like the government forcing them to participate in Christian (or religious in general) activities.
By the way, I hope this probation agent was fired soon after, but he probably still is working that job.