Chelsea Cheyenne Becker, 26, delivered a kid on September 10, 2019, which medical practitioners thought may have been subjected to drugs while pregnant. The death was ruled a homicide after an autopsy from the Kings County Coroner’s Office discovered methamphetamine from the infant’s system, authorities said.Becker was in prison since November of 2019 and is presently awaiting trial. Her bond is set at $5 million. The superior court refused Becker’s motion to dismiss the charges in June.”Our legislation in California don’t convict women who endure the loss of the pregnancy, also in our submitting now we’re making certain that this legislation was abused to the detriment of women, kids, and families,” Becerra said in a statement.”We shall work to terminate the prosecution and imprisonment of Ms. Becker therefore we could concentrate on implementing this law to people who place the lives of elderly girls at risk.” Becerra added he thought the law was “misapplied and misinterpreted” and argued in the brief that a lady can’t be prosecuted for murder as a consequence of her activities resulting in a reduction in pregnancy.He also describes Penal Code section 187 which he stated shouldn’t be used to punish women who can’t, due to dependence or a scarcity of resources, clinic prenatal wellness. The code’s aim was likewise to not “punish girls who are in desperation try to end their pregnancies,” in accordance with this brief.Kings County District Attorney Keith L. Fagundes told CNN his office wasn’t advised the Attorney General will be submitting an amicus brief.”This case isn’t about a stillbirth, it’s a situation of a mother’s overdose of an overdue term viable embryo,” Fagundes said.”I love the Attorney General’s view, and can only conclude he hasn’t been properly briefed about the facts of the situation, hasn’t read any police record nor has he examined the medical information included in this specific case.”CNN’s Chandler Thornton, Harmeet Kaur, and Stella Chan contributed to the report.