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Griswold v. Connecticut

Griswold v. Connecticut 381 US 479 (1965) is a landmark Supreme Court case in American law. It invalidated a law against the use of contraception by married couples. It formally establishing the legal concept of rights that citizens have to privacy: in particular, a sphere of privacy upon which the government may not intrude. This right is based on the Ninth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

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  • Cornell Legal Information Institute (http://www2.law.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/foliocgi.exe/historic/query=%5bGroup+381+U.S.+479:%5d(%5bLevel+Case+Citation:%5d%7c%5bGroup+citemenu:%5d)/doc/%7b%401%7d/hit_headings/words=4/hits_only?)

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