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Payton FlippoNovember 18, 2018ACCT 261-25AyersIRAC AnalysisMaria vs HayesIssues: Issue 1- What inherent power does the court have in determining whether Edith Melissa Maria Hayes should be sterilized?Issue 2- Does granting sterilization violate Edith Hayes rights to privacy? Issue 3- How should the decision of Edith being sterilized or not be affected by the obligations and wishes of her parents?Issue 4- Would the sterilization of Edith Hayes be in violation of her fundamental right toprocreate?Issue 5- Is there reasonable evidence that Edith Hayes will be unable to care for a child orunderstand the repercussions of sexual behavior?Rules:Rule 1- The court has the jurisdiction to make the decision on if Edith Hayes should be sterilized being that there is no law in place governing the specific issue.Rule 2- The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution states a person right to their own private matter, which in this case, sterilization could be considered a private matter.Rule 3- The petition to sterilize an in competent person must be in the best interest of the person being sterilized.Rule 4- Every person has the fundamental right to procreate per the United States Constitution. Procreation is the ability to create offspring.Rule 5- With the use of empirical evidence, the nature and extent of an incompetent person’s disability determines if the individual can care for a child with or without reasonable assistance.

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