Sovereignty of the Individual
The property, mind, and body of an adult are sovereign.
An adult is free to do as he sees fit within the realm of his
biological body defined as all structures supplied with oxygen by his
lungs, with nutrients by his intestines, or connected to his brain by
It is a biological crime, punished with at least one year's
incarceration, to administer a moderate or stronger psychoactive
substance (as defined in § Regulation of Psychoactives) to an
No individual can be compelled to ingest a substance or undergo a
surgical procedure as a precondition or requirement of any sort,
except that a non-adult can be compelled by his guardians to undergo a
medical procedure or submit to a medical dispensation or regimen that
is clearly therapeutic or that effects the termination of a
No individual can be asked or forced to submit to invasive biometric
procedures whose results may serve to incriminate the individual,
unless substantial evidence is already extant that the individual is
in violation of relevant statutes, except that a guardian can require
a non-adult for which he is responsible to submit to biometric
procedures invasive or otherwise.
No law can require, forbid, or regulate prenatal genetic or phenotypic
No law can require or forbid human germ line genetic manipulation,
except insofar as constraints on creation of biological weapons may be
No law can regulate or prohibit human cloning.
No law can require collection or storage of more than 20000 contiguous
base pairs of an individual's chromosomal makeup, or a facsimile or
record thereof, and these base pairs must be contiguous with the start
of chromosome 1.
previous section "Guarantee of Individual Independent Rights"
next section "Right to Buy and Sell Human Organs"
back to index for this chapter ("Fundamental Rights of Humans and Animals")
back to top-level index
Send email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a preliminary draft. Pending changes are in The To-Do List