Everything else in the case surrounding Ivana Levkovic, the woman charged with wrapping her newborn child in a bag and leaving it on her apartment balcony, is sombre, macabre and, no matter which way a trial goes, absent of any form of positivity.
It is also likely to reignite the debate around abortion, although a Supreme Court judge took pains to separate the ruling from that testy topic.
After a lower court found that the law governing such action was too vague, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Friday that Levkovic must stand trial for the way that she disposed of her dead child in 2006.
The Supreme Court heard that Levkovic's building superintendent found the bag after she had vacated the building. The child was found toRead More »from Ivana Levkovic, accused of concealing dead baby, must stand trial: Supreme Court