Skip to comments.Most minors’ judicial bypasses are granted, says pro-abortion manual
Posted on 07/19/2019 9:11:00 PM PDT by Morgana
A manual for pro-choice activists published in the 1980s says that most of the time, judges grant minors judicial bypass requests. When a pregnant teen wants an abortion without her parents knowledge in a state that has parental notification or consent, she can go to judge and convince him she is mature enough not to inform her parents. Mainly, these are rubber stamped. The manual says:
Even though the overwhelming majority of abortion petitions that come before the courts are granted, choice advocates argue that judicial bypass procedures impede a teenagers constitutional right.
Reproductive Choices and Community Controversy (Washington, DC: League Of Women Voters of the United States, 1986) 11
Why not make them an “Emancipated Minor” on the spot, as well?
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