Legal Recognition of Unborn and Newborn Children
Hawai‘i does not protect unborn children from being killed or assaulted by third parties.5
The state allows wrongful death (civil) actions when a viable unborn child is killed through negligent or criminal action.5
Hawai‘i does not require that appropriate medical care be given to infants who survive an attempted abortion.5
Hawai‘i has a “Baby Moses” law, which allows a person to leave an unharmed infant no more than 72 hours old at a hospital, fire station, or police station and be immune from prosecution for child abandonment. The professional receiving the child must inquire into the child’s medical history and provide information on social services to the person relinquishing the infant.5
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