The first woman convicted of feticide has been re-sentenced to 18 months after the conviction was overturned.
Although Indiana still offers a larger discount for felony sentences than most states, it is much lower than it used to be.
With credit for time served and good behavior, Patel will be released no later than the end of September.
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An appeals court questioned an attorney for the state on whether there was evidence that a woman knew she had delivered a live child in a self-induced abortion.
Purvi Patel, who was the first woman to be convicted under that law, is now appealing her conviction and sentence of 46 years in prison.
Patel is the first woman to be convicted under Indiana's feticide law.
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The 33-year-old from South Bend is facing up to 70 years in prison as the first pregnant woman to be convicted under the Indiana's “feticide” law.
Bei Bei Shuai, who attempted suicide while pregnant, has been charged with murder and attempted feticide.