Your Rights- Personal Privacy

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What is a main idea in the Ninth Amendment?

b. Basic human rights are protected.

Which amendment protects unenumerated rights such as voting rights?

d. the Ninth Amendment

If a person has a right that is stated in the Constitution, that person has

b. other rights that are not mentioned.

How are the Griswold v. Connecticut and Roe v. Wade cases similar?

d. Both were based on unconstitutional state laws.

When a Constitutional Amendment is ________ it is interpreted.

c. construed

What idea was the decision in Griswold v. Connecticut based upon?

c. The Constitution forbids unreasonable search and seizure.

What rights are specifically protected under the Ninth Amendment?

b. rights unlisted in the Constitution

Which action would violate the Ninth Amendment?

d. obtaining unauthorized personal information from a website

The right to privacy protects citizens from

c. government intrusion

Why was the Ninth Amendment written?

a. to ensure individual freedoms

Which privacy right is protected by Supreme Court decisions in Griswold v. Connecticut and Roe v. Wade?

c. the right to be left alone

In the case Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruled that state laws

c. violated Constitutional rights.

Which action would be protected by the Ninth Amendment?

d. explaining medical problems to a personal physician

A right is unenumerated if it is

c. assumed to be a fundamental right.

What was the impact of the Griswold v. Connecticut ruling?

b. Couples were allowed to keep their marriage decisions private.

The Fourth Amendment implies privacy because it protects the right

c. to be secure in one’s home.

What is a main idea in the right to privacy?

a. People can make their own lawful decisions.

The Supreme Court’s decisions in Griswold v. Connecticut and Roe v. Wade were most important because they

b. gave a new definition to personal privacy.

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