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“In … [certain] cases, immunities that are valid as against the federal government by force of the specific pledges of particular amendments have been found to be implicit in the concept of ordered liberty, and thus, through the Fourteenth Amendment, become valid as against the states."
Associate Justice Cardozo, majority opinion in Palko v. Connecticut (1937). Source: Justia