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Recent arrest in “Baby India case” renews interest in Safe Haven Law
A newborn baby, named India by hospital staff, was found abandoned Thursday, June 6, 2019, along an isolated road in south Forsyth County. (Photo courtesy Forsyth County Sheriff's Office)
The recent arrest of a Forsyth County mother accused of abandoning her baby has renewed interest in what options mothers have under Georgia’s Safe Haven Law, which sets rules and procedures for mothers to surrender newborn infants.