Criminal Law -- Should States Criminally Prosecute Mothers for Delivering Drugs to Their Newborns During the Birthing Process? -- Johnson v. State
McBride, Timothy Sean
SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1993 Spring; 27(1): 251-260
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