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25 January, 11:11

What is a penumbra?

A) a right that is not protected by the Constitution

B) the implied protection of a right under a more broad constitutional protection

C) a right that is specifically protected by the Constitution in very clear terms

D) none of the above

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  1. 25 January, 13:07
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    B) the implied protection of a right under a more broad constitutional protection

    Explanation:

    Penumbra refers to rights that are understood after certain principles are identified from other rights that are explicitly expressed in the Constitution or in a rule. According to this, the answer is that penumbra is the implied protection of a right under a more broad constitutional protection.

    The other options are not right because a penumbra is protected in the Constitution but it is not clearly indicated.
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