I'd argue your claims are false. Though you've shown that legal precedent has set in the UK, that's not the United States, and even then legal precedent can be overturned. Consider that the bartender is not the woman, and that people have been charged with manslaughter or murder for the death of an unborn child. That article you listed cites that a reluctance to criminally prosecute addicts seeking help as one of the deterrents to making drinking alcohol illegal. That says nothing about if contributing to drinking during pregnancy should be considered a crime.You can't have abortion as a society and then have a leg to stand on when you try to dictate how a pregnant woman lives her life. The supreme court didn't legalize abortion - the ruling was simply that a woman's right to bodily autonomy was greater than all of the unborn child's rights, whether those rights were to life, or to freedom from preventable disease, addiction, injury, etc.
Freedom from accountability is a de facto recognized right in many "developed" countries.
This is patently incorrect, but only because cocaine is an illegal substance. You have no right to use and abuse illegal drugs, so the state CAN come in and force you to stop taking them. We all might disagree on the justice of that act, but it IS currently how things are. However, alcohol is perfectly legal (assuming you are AT LEAST 21) so it's a lot harder to prevent people from using and abusing it. You need a DAMN good legal reason to take away a right and the courts are loathed to ever do it unless not doing so allows greater constitutional misconduct to continue.Go ahead and try to force a cocaine addicted pregnant woman to either stop taking cocaine and ruining her child's life, or have an abortion. You can't do it, the law can't do it, and it's entirely her choice to destroy the child's brain and body, birth them, and then leave them to the foster/adoption system with absolutely no repercussions.