In fact lawyers can argue quite the opposite, once those words have been included in the law.A fetus "at any stage of development"...in the Unborn Victims Act...is simply referred to as "VICTIM"...not a person. The legal definition of "Victim" within the Unborn Victims Act can also be referred to as "Child in Utero"...which is not legally making a fetus a "person". And that point is clearly defined in the Act.
It doesn't have to. It's already considered to be a child.You don't have to agree with Roe v. Wade. But it does ambiguously stipulates a "Viability Clause"...which in no way states or makes claim that a fetus at any stage of development is considered to be a person.
It's not a problem for me, but it might be a problem for those who are enthusiastically pro abortion.So if the language is problematic for you...hey, take it up with the sponsors of that Law.