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Old 05-09-2019, 08:05 AM
HurricaneDitka is offline
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Originally Posted by RitterSport View Post
... Leaving the state to kill that person and then returning would also be punished. ...
IANAL either, but let's start with this argument because it's been repeated several times and I think it's obviously wrong. Georgia doesn't have a law against leaving the state to murder a person. If you traveled to New York with a two-year-old in tow, which every state in the Union recognizes as a person, and then murdered that two-year-old in New York, Georgia could not prosecute you for the murder. New York would have to do that. That same logic would apply to an unborn child, except that New York would not prosecute you for it.

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