Monday, March 17, 2008

Future Litigation

Jack Balkin takes us into a fictional Supreme Court opinion in Spitzer v. United States (not a real case in case you were wondering), which gives constitutional protection to patronize prostitutes.

It is based, not unreasonably on Lawrence v. Texas, which defined a "sexual liberty."

Hey, if prostitution were legal and that is how you wanted to spend your money, then go ahead. I would say that you had that sexual liberty. Your spouse might not think so, but as far as the state is concerned, you can do so.

Interesting reading.

Hat Tip: The Instapundit.

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