Summary of the case.
Plaintiffs charge that the accused, by undergoing an abortion, has committed the crime of murder.
The court finds as follows.
WHEREAS, if a person invades your residence, use of deadly force against that person is justified if you reasonably believe you are in danger of death or great bodily harm. (Castle Doctrine, aka 'stand your ground' laws)
“Residence” refers to a place of abode that is more than merely temporary. (US legal definitions)
"person". An embryo, from the moment of conception, is a person (Personhood laws)
“Great bodily harm” refers to injuries that create a substantial risk of death or that cause serious, prolonged loss or impairment of the function of any body part or organ, or cause permanent disfigurement.
WHEREAS, one in every 250 pregnancies result in death; and those who survive inevitably suffer great bodily harm as defined above,
THEREFORE, any woman upon finding herself pregnant, has good reason to believe she is in danger of great bodily harm and is justified in the use of deadly force to defend her abode. The court rules self defense.