Review Resources--Step Two in the Research Process
After finding the entry for abortion in the index, the student would then have gone to the volume and page indicated by the index to read the information provided. Studying the information contained in the entries, the student would have taken notes about statutes and cases that would be used to craft his or her legal analysis. The statutes on point that are listed by the encyclopedia’s entry are F.S. § 782.10 and F.S. § 797.01. The entry also names Eggart v. State as a case that discusses when an individual could be charged with a crime for assisting a woman to seek an abortion. 40 Fla. 527, 25 So. 144 (1898).