The United States Supreme Court recently adjudged a Connecticut statute which prohibited the use of contraceptives violative of fourteenth amendment due process because of its application infringing the right of marital privacy. The six opinions delivered by the Court displayed several interpretations concerning the nature and scope of the protection afforded by due process and gave that clause both familiar and novel application.
Constitutional Law: Supreme Court Finds Marital Privacy Immunized From State Intrusion as a Bill of Rights Periphery,
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