Federal Right to privacy

Federal Right to privacy

Each student shall submit a 500- 600 word essay that addresses the following fundamental question before former and future United States Supreme Courts: Is there a federal right to privacy according to the original intentions of the Founding Fathers? To answer this question, each student should first watch the video about Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. If you would like to look at a transcript of this hearing, check out the Roberts’ Privacy Transcript.docxPreview the documentView in a new window. Then each student should review the case of Griswold versus Connecticut (Links to an external site.), 1963 (audio file and transcripts provided). And finally each student should individually submit a five paragraph essay that full addresses the above question.