Griswold V. Rowe Supreme Court Case

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There were a number of court cases that were used as precedents for Roe v. Wade. Since the Marbury v. Madison case in 1803, the Supreme Court was mandated the power to interpret the Constitution and consider any law unconstitutional known as judicial review. The next stepping stone for abortion was Griswold v. Connecticut that was enacted in 1965 that ruled contraceptives as a couple 's right to privacy. The first Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion throughout every state in the United States was the case of Roe v. Wade. Under the alias of Roe, a pregnant woman secured her rights to an abortion under marital privacy as an extension of her right to privacy. The Supreme Court justified its ruling using the first, third, fourth fifth,

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