Listen: Supreme Court, Alabama And ROY discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"The Alabama governor earlier today would ban abortions from being performed in the state for nearly all circumstances, including in the cases of rape, or incest, now under the Bill doctors performing abortions in Alabama could face up to ninety nine years in prison. If convicted for a deeper look at the legal rumblings around the Bill KCBS, Patty rising, and Jeff bell spoke with ROY, little professor at UC Hastings, college of the law, and a former fed. Prosecutor who previously clerk at the US supreme court, there are a number of abortion cases before the supreme court. What are the chances that takes up this one? I mean, how does it decide how to proceed well a lot, excuse me, had to do with timing? And this Alabama statute is not going to be the first case that they're going to get a hold up. There's a Louisiana case which requires admission privileges for any abortion, doctor identical to an old supreme court case where they struck down a law like that. That case"