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This happens in one of two situations, where a case raises a serious question affecting the interpretation of the Convention (or the protocols); or where a judgment might be inconsistent with earlier jurisprudence. Cases determined in the Grand sleeping room are binding on all smaller sleeping rooms and on all constituent states. Adecision in the case will set an authorized principle on the topic for Europe." Press Release, coalition protecting against finance, Importance of Europe's 'Roev. Wade' Case Grows Exponentially with Elevation in Status (July 13, 2009). http://www.alliancedefensefund.org/
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The English Offences Against the Person Act, 1861 (controlling in Ireland at the time) provided that a woman who intended to procure her own Miscarriage or whosoever shall unlawfully administer to her shall be guilty of Felony and those who supply or procure any Poison or other noxious thing, or any Instrument knowing that the same is intended to procure the miscarriage of any woman shall be guilty of a Misdemeanor offences against the Person ...