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Transplantation, the Fetus and the Law
Charge of Attempted Murder of an Infant by a Gynaecologist Dismissed
Legal charges were dismissed on 15 September 1983 in the case of Anthony Hamilton, a British gynecologist charged with attempted murder for inducing an abortion that resulted in the delivery and survival of an infant of ...
A Baby's Life or a Mother's Liberty: A United States Case
The wisdom of the English court's refusal to grant ward of the court status to a fetus endangered by its mother's way of life is held to be demonstrated by a District of Columbia case,
Selective Reduction of Pregnancy
An Action by Putative Father and Unborn Fetus to Prevent Termination
Brahams reports the details of
Severely Handicapped Babies and the Law
According to British law, a nonviable handicapped fetus may be aborted, as may a viable one, to preserve maternal life. A handicapped newborn has full legal status. Brahams contends, however, that court actions concerning ...