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Privacy Rights And Contreceptives

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Privacy Rights and Contraceptives
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Privacy Rights and Contraceptives
Although the U.S. Constitution never expressly states that there is a fundamental right of
privacy, then such a right never exists, resulting in the penumbras of various other rights
expressly protected within the text of the constitution. The Supreme Court holds that it is right to
use contraceptives, abort an unborn child, engage in various sexual acts, and have a right to
same-sex marriage. In finding such a fundamental right of privacy, the Supreme Court acted
properly in terms of the separation of powers established by the founders in the U.S Constitution.
The majority of such matters involving the intimate and personal choices of an individual and the
central to liberty choices were included in the Fourteenth Amendment by the founders in the
U.S. Constitution. One can always find a variety of things within the heart of liberty, including
defining an individual's concept of existence and the mystery of human life.
As indicated by the founders in the U.S. Constitution, the petitioners always entitled to
respect for their private lives. On the other hand, the State does not have the responsibility of
demeaning their existence or controlling their destiny through making the private sexual life a
crime. The founders of the U.S. Constitution included the right to liberty under the Due Process
Clause which provides them with the full rights of engaging in their conduct without any form of
disruption from the government hence justifying the findings of the Supreme Court acting
properly in terms of the separation of powers established by the founders of the U.S. Constitution
(Lash, 2017).
In Griswold v Connecticut (1965), the Court prohibited the distribution of contraceptives
to married couples (McCarthy, 2017). A variety of other justifications were then provided
concerning such a conclusion, including the opinions of the Supreme Court, which saw the
penumbras of how the Bill of Rights as provided by the founders of the U.S. Constitution

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1 Privacy Rights and Contraceptives Course Student's Name Professor's Name Date 2 Privacy Rights and Contraceptives Although the U.S. Constitution never expressly states that there is a fundamental right of privacy, then such a right never exists, resulting in the penumbras of various other rights expressly protected within the text of the constitution. The Supreme Court holds that it is right to use contraceptives, abort an unborn child, engage in various sexual acts, and have a right to same-sex marriage. In finding such a fundamental right of privacy, the Supreme Court acted properly in terms of the separation of powers established by the founders in the U.S Constitution. The majority of such matters involving the intimate and personal choices of an individual and the central to liberty choices were included in the Fourteenth Amendment by the founders in the U.S. Constitution. One can always find a variety of things within the heart of liberty, including defining an individual's concept of existence and the mystery of human life. As indicated by the founders in the U.S. Constitution, the petitioners always entitled to respect for their private lives. On the other hand, the St ...
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