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Judge Napolitano: Alabama’s restrictive abortion law goes to Supreme court

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Lawyers testify, the President, the executive privilege, and the Alabama abortion law fight could make its way to the Supreme court. Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano has the reaction and analysis.

Fox News senior judicial analyst judge Andrew Napolitano Alabama, the recent decision on abortion as “the most extreme pro-life legislation in the country is referred to,” and argues that it was written with the intention of moving to the Supreme court.

During a Thursday morning appearance on “Fox & Friends,” Napolitano weighed in on the Alabama Human Life Protection Act, which outlaws abortion in all stages and not allow an exception for cases of pregnancy through rape or incest.

The only exception is in the case that the birth will threaten the mother’s life.

The bill was a direct challenge to the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade, the Federal government the right of a woman to protect decide to give birth whether or not.

Legal analysts believe that the fight over Alabama’s recent decision to descend to the Supreme court, where Roe v. Wade could be overturned.

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“It is for this purpose,” Napolitano said. “There is a view that there is a pro-life majority in the Supreme court and, obviously, a pro-life President. And if there is a time to dismantle Roe … the time is now,” he continued.

Roe v. Wade should be repealed in a few States left that would decide would have been without protection for the right to abortion, and each state, the abortion for themselves. But most believe that the Supreme Court is not Roe v. Wade reversed, so it protects a woman’s constitutional “right to privacy.”

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Historically, pro-life judges to the Supreme court, have to error on the side of caution in relation to abortion laws, according to Napolitano.

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“Even justice Scalia, who believes that abortion is murder, felt that the Constitution was a legal situation, it is left up to the States, because the Constitution is silent about it,” he said.

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