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Women of color suffered most from criminal abortion laws.
Canada is unique among nations in being without an enforceable criminal abortion law.
I remember the police called in to question them when there was a question about whether they had a criminal abortion."
Texas first enacted a criminal abortion statute in 1854.
Nevertheless, the legalization of abortion did not fully eliminate criminal abortions.
Clearly, that is unjust, for criminal abortions are rarely, if ever, performed without application by the subject of the operation.
The case had been developed by a team of lawyers seeking to end the era of criminal abortion prohibitions.
Timanus and one other abortion provider performed an estimated 90% criminal abortions in Baltimore.
A search at the library is equally fruitless, yielding only articles on the "clinical consequences of 'criminal abortion.' "
'She had had a criminal abortion somewhere.
The lower court refused to grant Roe's desired injunction, but declared the criminal abortion statutes were void.
This was the second decision concerning a criminal abortion law that the High Court has refused to review since its ruling in the Pennsylvania case.
Evidently we possess sufficiently stringent laws regarding criminal abortion; yet, as everyone knows, they do not prevent perpetration of the crime.
According to the Court, "the restrictive criminal abortion laws in effect in a majority of States today are of relatively recent vintage."
In New Hampshire, for example, the Governor has vetoed a bill to repeal a pre-Roe criminal abortion law.
That case, United States v. Vuitch, began as a challenge to the District of Columbia's criminal abortion statute.
There, in a drab open ward with forty cots lined up in melancholy rows, I witnessed the tragic consequences of criminal abortion.
In the latter half of the 19th century, the Catholic Church in the United States took the lead in denouncing what it termed "criminal abortion".
"Louisiana's criminal abortion law is the most restrictive in the country," said Rachael Pine, representing the American Civil Liberties Union at the hearing.
After a vilely repulsive nightmare Aaos awoke saying: "Quiescent are my depths, who could realize They contain such criminal abortions of the cosmos?"
Leading medical organizations had recently dropped their longstanding opposition to legal abortion and filed briefs with the court depicting criminal abortion laws as a threat to public health.
The challenge sought a declaratory judgment that the Texas criminal abortion statutes were unconstitutional on their face, and an injunction restraining the defendant from enforcing the statutes.
Infection occurs more frequently when pregnancy ends during the early months, because in this category is included the great majority of criminal abortions, which are usually induced without regard for surgical cleanliness.
The plaintiff, Julius A. Wolf, was convicted in the District Court of the City and County of Denver of conspiracy to perform criminal abortions.