CORRECTS FRIENDS NAME TO MAK NOT MOCK - Bei Bei Shuai, 35, right, Indianapolis, hugs her friend, Sue Mak, second left, as attorney Linda Pence, left, looks on after Shuai's release on bail from the ... more 
CORRECTS FRIENDS NAME TO MAK NOT MOCK - Bei Bei Shuai, 35, right, Indianapolis, hugs her friend, Sue Mak, second left, as attorney Linda Pence, left, looks on after Shuai's release on bail from the Marion County Jail in Indianapolis on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. Shuai faces a December trial on charges of murder and feticide. Shuai, a Shanghai native, ate rat poison in a suicide attempt in December 2010 when she was 33 weeks pregnant. Her baby was delivered by Caesarian section and died three days later. A judge last week set a $50,000 bond for her release after an appeals court ruled the case against her wasn't strong enough to keep her in jail. The case has drawn the attention of medical and women's rights groups who say Shuai's prosecution endangers the rights of pregnant women and could prevent women from seeking prenatal care out of fear of criminal charges. (AP Photo/Charles D. Wilson) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Charles D. Wilson
Tue, May 22, 2012 10:45 AM EDT