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Tort/Negligence – Alienation of Affection & Criminal Conversation – Constitutional – Due Process & Freedom of Speech (access required)

Vonfeldt v. Grapsy (Lawyers Weekly No. 003-007-17, 21 pp.) (L. Patrick Auld, USMJ) 1:16-cv-01179; M.D.N.C. Holding: The Due Process Clause (as construed in Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558 (2003)), does not invalidate North Carolina’s alienation of affection and criminal conversation torts because (1) the Lawrence court expressly exempted from its holding sexual conduct that injures ...

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