Jul 222014
 
 July 22, 2014  Court, Featured News

Ken Strutin writes:

Each generation transmits to posterity some part of its genetics, knowledge, and possessions. And to assure their integrity, the Constitution protects privacy of person, freedom of thought, and sanctity of property. So it is that an all embracing genetic confidentiality ought to occupy the guarded space between Fourth Amendment bodily privacy and Fifth Amendment self-incrimination.

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