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NEW YORK STATE LAW: ABORTION OFFENSES

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Section 125.40 Abortion in the second degree - Suffolk County
 A person is guilty of abortion in the second degree when he commits an abortional act upon a female, unless such abortional act is justifiable pursuant to subdivision three of section 125.05.


Abortion in the second degree is a class E felony. 
 

Section 125.45 Abortion in the first degree - Suffolk County

 A person is guilty of abortion in the first degree when he commits upon a female pregnant for more than twenty-four weeks an abortional act which causes the miscarriage of such female, unless such abortional act is justifiable pursuant to subdivision three of section 125.05.


Abortion in the first degree is a class D felony.
 

Section 125.50 Self-abortion in the second degree - Suffolk County 

 A female is guilty of self-abortion in the second degree when, being pregnant, she commits or submits to an abortional act upon herself, unless such abortional act is justifiable pursuant to subdivision three of section 125.05.


Self-abortion in the second degree is a class B misdemeanor. 
 


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Section 125.55 Self-abortion in the first degree - Suffolk County 

 A female is guilty of self-abortion in the first degree when, being pregnant for more than twenty-four weeks, she commits or submits to an abortional act upon herself which causes her miscarriage, unless such abortional act is justifiable pursuant to subdivision three of section 125.05.


Self-abortion in the first degree is a class A misdemeanor.
 

Section 125.60 Issuing abortional articles - Suffolk County 

 A person is guilty of issuing abortional articles when he manufactures, sells or delivers any instrument, article, medicine, drug or substance with intent that the same be used in unlawfully procuring the miscarriage of a female.

 Issuing abortional articles is a class B misdemeanor.