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Samuel Alito leaked is the case that is emerging on the Internet and it is of great trend right now. he leaked the draft Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade has a fatal flaw, according to the off-air legal analyst for MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show.”

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“Beyond the practical consequences of overturning Roe, however, then there are the legal analyses of Justice Samuel Alito’s draft. Before detailing why that draft is so flawed legally, a brief outline of Justice Alito’s approach is in order.

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In concluding that Roe and Casey ‘must be overruled,’ Alito reasons that because ‘the Constitution makes no reference to abortion,’ the right to abortion, like any right purportedly implicit in the Constitution, can be recognized only if it is ‘deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition’ and ‘implicit in the concept of ordered liberty.’”

“That standard, known as the Glucksberg test, is lifted from the 1997 case upholding Washington’s ban on assisted suicide,” Lisa Rubin. She then explained why Washington v. Glucksberg

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“But what makes Justice Alito’s analysis truly disingenuous is its distortion of the one case on which it depends: Glucksberg. In that case, the Court found a person’s liberty interest, as recognized by Casey, was not limitless and did not guarantee terminally-ill adults the right to end their own lives.

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Yet in distinguishing physician-assisted suicide from ‘those personal activities and decisions that this Court has identified as so deeply rooted in our history and traditions, or so fundamental to our concept of constitutionally ordered liberty, that they are protected by the Fourteenth Amendment,’ the Court left no doubt which decisions and history it meant,” she explained. 

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