Massachusetts v. Bangs
Significance, Impact, Further Readings
The State of Massachusetts
Causing an abortion, committing assault and battery on Lucy Holman and administering a harmful drug to her.
Chief Defense Lawyer
Justices for the Court
Chief Justice Theophilus Parsons, Isaac Parker, Samuel Sewall
Date of Decision
October term, 1812
Bangs was found not guilty.
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