The Warren woman who made national headlines for being charged after a miscarriage will be among the guests Thursday night as President Joseph Biden delivers his State of the Union Address in Washington D.C.

Brittany Watts will be in attendance when Biden outlines his accomplishments while in the White House, as well as the goals he hopes to reach if re-elected to another term.

Watts, who was charged with abuse of a corpse following a miscarriage at home, will be the guest of Democratic U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty from Ohio’s third district.

Charged in Warren Municipal Court last year after suffering a miscarriage in her bathroom, a Trumbull County Grand Jury later declined to indict Watts.

Representative Beatty notes that Watts “endured an interrogation by law enforcement and a police invasion of her home.”

The case brought outrage from around the country, especially those in favor of reproductive rights.

It’s customary for elected officials from both sides of the political aisle to invite guests to the State of the Union to promote issues to which they wish to bring attention.

Beatty hopes Watt’s appearance will shed light on what the Congresswoman says is a trend of people being subjected to criminal investigations, arrests, civil penalties, loss of child custody, and reputational damage due to their pregnancy or pregnancy outcomes.

“This trend has intensified following the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization,” said Beatty, referring to the overturning of the Roe. V. Wade abortion case.

Earlier this year, leaders of the Democratic Women’s Caucus and more than 150 House Democrats sent a letter urging the Biden-Harris Administration to protect Americans from what the signers say is the criminalization of pregnancies and pregnancy outcomes.

“Ms. Watts’ unwavering bravery and fierce advocacy for reproductive justice in Ohio and beyond are truly commendable. Her poignant story has resonated with millions, igniting a powerful call for change. I applaud her determination to challenge restrictive laws that endanger the lives of pregnant people.” said Congresswoman Beatty.

The State of the Union Address is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Thursday on 21 WFMJ, and the NBC App.