Since giving up his butchering business 10 years ago, Sait Sanli has helped settle 446 disputes – some stretching back decades.
Court will hear arguments on whether to shutter Turkey's Islamic-rooted ruling party.
The country's highest court is weighing whether to allow a motion to shut down the party, saying its Islamic initiatives cross a constitutional line.
Theologians are revisiting the collections of the prophet Muhammad's sayings that Muslims use as a guideline for daily life.
The country's leading secular opposition party has vowed to appeal this weekend's decision to lift a head-scarf ban to Turkey's top court.