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Yes, your unborn child deserves to be protected from domestic violence too.
Pregnant women threatened with domestic violence can get restraining orders for their unborn children, a state judge in Ocean County has ruled in a decision published today.
New Jersey law doesn't recognize fetuses as having rights, but women who are already seeking a restraining order for themselves shouldn't have to wait until giving birth to get another one for the child, Superior Court Judge Lawrence Jones said.
The child's restraining order would take effect only after birth, he added.
It's one more step toward recognizing personhood for unborn children. Your baby has the right to live without fear of abuse! And NJ law already grants children the right to sue their parents for damages suffered in the womb, ie from drug abuse. So Judge Jones's ruling makes perfect sense.
Even better, it sets a valuable precedent. The law now recognizes that a mother has the right to protect her unborn baby. It's something that should be obvious, but unfortunately isn't obvious at all given how feminist ideology worships abortion above all else.
So, score one for the good guys!
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