Watch a brief presentation by two of the report's authors from the 2021 SCJN Conference (Aug. 20, 2021).
Watch the webinar Defending Women Charged with Crimes in Relationship to Pregnancy (June 2017)
Webinar with the Report Authors (Nov. 30, 2021)
- New Report from Nation’s Criminal Defense Bar Highlights the Threat of Abortion Criminalization, NACDL News Release, August 18, 2021
- Defense Lawyers Sound Alarm Over Abortion Criminalization, by Katheryn Tucker, Daily Report/Law.com, August 23, 2021
- Texas poised to ban most abortions as court denies emergency motion, by Jessica Glenza, The Guardian, August 30, 2021
- L’accès à l’avortement menacé, by Marc Thibodeau, La Presse, August 31, 2021
- Criminal convictions for abortion, miscarriage? Texas abortion ban previews life without Roe v. Wade, by Barbara Rodriguez, The 19th News, September 2, 2021
- She Used Drugs While Pregnant. Should She Be in Prison?, by Cecilia Nowell, New York Magazine, September 20, 2021
- Opinion: When a Miscarriage Is Manslaughter, by Michelle Goldberg, New York Times, October 18, 2021
- Ending Roe Could Send More Women to Prison for Miscarrying, by Bobbie Stein, Slate, October 19, 2021
- How State Abortion Bans Could Create New Criminals, by Bobbie Stein, The Progressive Magazine, October 22, 2021
- Unequal Justice: The End of Legal Abortion Looms, by Bill Blum, The Progressive Magazine, November 16, 2021
- What will US’s future look like if abortion becomes a crime again?, by Jessica Glenza, The Guardian, November 29, 2021
- Roe v. Wade Being Overturned Will Harm Black Women the Most, by Khaleda Rahman, Newsweek, November 29, 2021
- Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Lead to More Women Being Jailed for Miscarriages, by Khaleda Rahman, Newsweek, November 30, 2021
- Pro-choice activists want to change the way we talk about abortions, by Alex Lasker, In the Know, December 22, 2021
- Anti-abortion movement's big plan: Supercharged "crisis pregnancy centers" and data harvesting, by Kathryn Joyce, Salon, February 12, 2022
- Texas Woman Lizelle Herrera’s Arrest Foreshadows Post-Roe Future, by Carrie N. Baker, Ms. Magazine, April 16, 2022
- If Roe v. Wade is overturned, Texas district attorney offices would become a new battleground, by Eleanor Klibanoff, Texas Tribune, April 21, 2022
- Abortion, Prison and the Death Penalty, by Jodie Sinclair, The Crime Report, May 4, 2022
- The Growing Criminalization of Pregnancy, by Melissa Gira Grant, The New Republic, May 5, 2022
- ‘A severe chilling effect’: abortion bans will inhibit doctors’ advice to patients, experts fear, by Jessica Glenza, The Guardian, May 6, 2022
- Texas Abortion Funds Work to Reduce Looming Harms of Post-“Roe” Criminalization, by Candice Bernd, Truthout, May 6, 2022
- NY lawmakers push to prevent abortion clinics from facing out-of-state lawsuits, by Caroline Lewis, Gothamist, May 9, 2022
- Unequal Justice: Samuel Alito and the Criminalization of Abortion, by Bill Blum, Progressive Magazine, May 10, 2022
- Who will be prosecuted for abortion if fetuses are recognized as people?, by Noa Yachot, The Guardian, May 18, 2022
- 'Unintended Consequences': What Could Happen if Abortion Becomes a Crime?, by Katheryn Hayes Tucker, Daily Report/Law.com, May 19, 2022
- Online data, medical records could be used to put women in jail under new abortion laws, by Tami Abdollah, USA Today, June 12, 2022
- Criminal defense lawyers sound the alarm about mass incarceration if Roe falls, by Lauren Hodges, NPR, June 16, 2022
- Criminal defense attorneys say Roe reversal will flood prisons, by Jessica Corbett, Salon, June 17, 2022
- What would happen in Florida if Roe v. Wade were overturned?, by Lucille Lannigan, WTSP, June 20, 2022
- Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, by Carrie Baker, Ms. Magazine, June 24, 2022
- The Fight Over Abortion Has Only Just Begun, by Abigail Abrams, TIME, June 24, 2022
- NACDL Statement on Dobbs, the Criminalization of Pregnancy and Reproductive Health, and the Human Toll of Overcriminalization, NACDL News Release, June 24, 2022
- Woman Says She Can't Get Vital Heart Medication After Roe V. Wade Ruling, by Shira Li Bartov, Newsweek, June 28, 2022
- In a Post-Roe World, More Miscarriage and Stillbirth Prosecutions Await Women, by Patricia Hurtado and Francesca Maglione, Bloomberg, July 5, 2022
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