Griswold vs. Connecticut

1962-1965

"Court Court Court"

Griswold a Executive Director of a Parenthood Clinic in Connecticut, was charged with provision of counseling and prevention of conception. Griswold consulted with a married couple about birth control, providing information and instruction.

Conclusion

The first, third, fourth and ninth amendment came together creating a new constitutional right. The Government cannot have any say involving marital privacy. This case became nulled/voided.

Why is this case important?

SIGNIFICANCE: This case is significant because the government cannot come between marital privacy. If a married couple equally agree to not have a child, they cannot be denied that access.