A group of 83 prosecutors (including state prosecutors whose "trigger ban" comes into effect after the Roe v. Wade case has been aborted by the U.S. Supreme Court) States: You will not be prosecuted against women seeking abortion or medical professionals who provide procedures.
The prosecutor, along with the nonprofit Fair and Just Prosecution,co-operated on Friday after the Supreme Court overturned a groundbreaking decision and decided to limit abortionhours later. Issued a statement. In 26 states.
According to a joint statement released by 83 prosecutors, "not all of us have agreed on the issue of abortion at the personal or moral level." "But we stand together with a firm belief that prosecutors are responsible for refraining from using limited criminal law system resources to criminalize personal medical decisions. , We refuse to use office resources to criminalize reproductive health decisions and refrain from prosecuting, prosecuting, providing, or assisting those who seek, and fully refrain from prosecuting. I promise to exercise my discretion. "
Prosecutors will cause undesired pregnancies in women, causing personal trafficking, rape, incest and domestic violence, emphasizing how bans can harm victims disproportionately.
They say that criminalizing abortion not only ends safe abortion, but also prevents health professionals and law enforcement agencies from performing their jobs and protecting victims. I added that. Within
, the group of prosecutors who signed the pledge includes the Travis County Procurator, Texas, Jose Garza.
Texas is one of 13 states that automatically ban abortions within 30 days of the Supreme Court's ruling.
"I know that the state'trigger law'will come into force in 30 days, making abortion a felony, but especially if women need their lives. We do not force women into the shadows. Save medical care, "Garza said in a statement. "No matter what the law says, I beg you. If you need it, please seek medical assistance. The prosecutor's job is to protect public security and this law Enforcement will not only fail to promote or protect public security, but will also lead to more harm. "
Six Michigan Prosecutors – Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald , Wayne County Prosecutor Kim Worthy, Ingam County Prosecutor Carol Simon, Marquette County Prosecutor Matthew Wiese, Washtenau County Prosecutor Eli Savit, Karamazoo County Prosecutor Jeffrey Getting and Genesis County Prosecutor David Leighton also signed the pledge.
"The Michigan Abortion Ban Act was created in 1931. It has been passed, "said the Michigan Prosecutor in a joint statement. "No woman was serving in the Michigan State Parliament. These archaic statutes are unconstitutional and dangerously ambiguous, including doctors, nurses, anthropologists, health care providers, and office receptionists. It leaves the possibility of criminalizing anyone who assists in performing or performing medical procedures. Even the patient himself may face criminal liability under these legislation.
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"These laws are in the United States. We support the Michigan Constitution and believe it contradicts our commitment to do our best for the health and safety of our communities. We are for healthcare providers and those seeking abortion in our community. It cannot help criminalize reproductive freedom or create dangerous and unacceptable situations.
However, other states move quickly to .
Michigan Justice Secretary Eric Schmidt "invoked" a housing bill on Friday, making it the first state in the country to virtually end the abortion. I announced the opinion.
Housing bills do not allow abortion in Missouri .. In case of medical emergency.
"My office has fought to protect the sanctity of life since I became the Attorney General. In today's critical court rulings and the Attorney General's opinion. It has reached its climax. " Schmidt said in a statement. "I will continue to fight to protect all life that is neither born nor born."