Conservative & Liberal Judges and the Right to Privacy

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Dissenters in this case...

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    It's 1965, and two SCOTUS Associate Justices dissented in Griswold v Connecticut.

    The case is one where the 2 dissenters (split 7/2), argued there was NO ''general right of privacy'' in the Bill of Rights?

    The dissenters: con or lib?

    If you attempt to answer the poll, try and be honest. Maybe people could increase their knowledge of the Court and law?
     
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    Roe v Wade: 7-2, 1973.

    2 Justices dissent. Both are conservatives. But there are 7 who opine onthe right.

    What is the reasoning put forth in the dissent by the two? Is it different than the reasonin in the dissent in Griswold v Conn.?

    Privacy and due process (9th & 14th), and overriding of state statutes
     

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