Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-10-21 13:57:45 –
A 21-year-old Oklahoma woman was convicted of manslaughter for miscarriage while using methamphetamine.
NS Associated Press The jury reported that he had sentenced Britney Pulley to four years in prison after being convicted of manslaughter.
USA Today The Comanche County District Attorney’s Office reported that she said she lost her foetation when she used methamphetamine. Still, the coroner’s report is different from the DA’s office report.
According to the autopsy department, the autopsy of the fetal test was positive for methamphetamine, but there was no evidence that the substance was the cause of the miscarriage, the press reported.
Autopsy showed that a genetic abnormality or placental abruption may have caused a miscarriage.
The AP reported that the coroner reported that the Poolaw foetation was 15 to 17 weeks old and had not yet survived outside the womb.
According to AP, another lawyer, John Coyle, was detained by the National Advocates for Pregnant Women to assist in the appeal.