People v. Rice

41 N.Y.2d 1018 (1977)

Though the issue was non-reviewable, attorney E. Carrington Boggan raised “novel and difficult constitutional questions . . . of conduct traditionally treated as criminal and yet, when committed privately and circumspectly, suggestive of an unwarranted interference by the State with the lately recognized and inchoate ‘penumbral’ right of privacy.”

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