Abortion is legal in Indiana, up to 21 weeks and six days, and at this time that decision is also in jeopardy because a law that banned abortion in the state with limited exceptions was enacted on September 15, although it is being challenged.
Prosecutors said Bernard broke patient privacy laws, but her legal team disputed those claims, arguing that she followed protocol and reported the incident to an Indiana University Health social worker. It was determined that she did properly report the abortion to the relevant state agencies ahead of the legally mandated deadline.
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