No Price Too High: Victimless Crimes And The Ninth Amendment by Charles FyffeNo Price Too High: Victimless Crimes And The Ninth Amendment by Charles Fyffe

No Price Too High: Victimless Crimes And The Ninth Amendment

byCharles Fyffe

Hardcover | October 31, 2003

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Hardaway contends that privacy issues should be litigated under the standards of the Ninth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution adjudication model, concepts of self-determination, and the harm principle. The Ninth Amendment follows the true beliefs of the founding fathers and their adherence to Natural Law, autonomy, liberty, and the right to privacy. This model needs to replace the substantive due process analysis in the realm of personal autonomy issues used by the courts. The recognition of self-determination and the harm principle will provide individuals with the constitutional protection of rights the founding fathers thought to be imperative to an ordered liberty. By seeking to explain American policy on victimless crimes of which drug use is one, Hardaway seeks to stir a vigorous constitutional debate. As he shows, prostitution and gambling raise similar issues, and he questions whether criminalization serves the interests of society. In examining drug use, prostitution, and gambling, Hardaway compares the policy rationales for each of these societal problems with a view towards creating a general theory of decriminalization. An important analysis for scholars, students, researchers, and public policy makers involved with constitutional law and contemporary criminal law concerns.
Title:No Price Too High: Victimless Crimes And The Ninth AmendmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 9.5 × 6.16 × 0.9 inPublished:October 31, 2003Publisher:Praeger PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0275950565

ISBN - 13:9780275950569

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?Professor Robert Hardaway provides an interesting and provocative assessment of these so-called victimless crimes and our societal battles to restrict them....NO PRICE TOO HIGH is interesting reading with a powerfully-presented and strongly-argued thesis. It is likely to provoke useful discussion about important issues.??Law and Politics Book Review