David Daleiden, second from left, and Sandra Merritt, right, talk with Daleiden's attorneys Peter Breen, left, and Thomas Brejcha outside of a courtroom in San Francisco, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. Planned Parenthood has made an unusual legal demand to join California's criminal prosecution of two anti-abortion activists charged with invasion of privacy for secretly making videos as they tried to buy fetal material from the organization.
David Daleiden, second from left, and Sandra Merritt, right, talk with Daleiden's attorneys Peter Breen, left, and Thomas Brejcha outside of a courtroom in San Francisco, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. Planned Parenthood has made an unusual legal demand to join California's criminal prosecution of two anti-abortion activists charged with invasion of privacy for secretly making videos as they tried to buy fetal material from the organization. Jeff Chiu AP Photo
David Daleiden, second from left, and Sandra Merritt, right, talk with Daleiden's attorneys Peter Breen, left, and Thomas Brejcha outside of a courtroom in San Francisco, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. Planned Parenthood has made an unusual legal demand to join California's criminal prosecution of two anti-abortion activists charged with invasion of privacy for secretly making videos as they tried to buy fetal material from the organization. Jeff Chiu AP Photo