We at The Sanders Firm, P.C. in New York are passionate about your right to privacy and substantive due process (SDP). The right to privacy protections is found in various parts of the Bill of Rights, these include references to private beliefs, statements, and homes. The sanctity of privacy in one’s home is the probably the most common right associated with privacy.
The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees privacy for everyone under the law. Often times the right to privacy is discussed in terms of intimate personal decisions, for example, “What consenting adults do in their home is entirely up to them.” Although SDP in right to privacy is often about personal decisions, such as sexual partners, contraception, and other areas, SDP relates to other areas of privacy as well.