Judge invents assisted suicide right in New Mexico

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Wesley J. Smith, lawyer, author, and expert on life issues, points out that it only takes one judge to do what a legislature would not do, and this is the case in New Mexico.  New Mexico Judge Nan G. Nash found that “it is unconstitutional to prevent terminally ill people from receiving a lethal overdose from a doctor for the purpose of self-killing.”

The suit was brought by the group Compassion and Choices, formerly known as the Hemlock Society.  Their legal argument did not work, according to Smith, in Connecticut or Montana courts.

www.cbc-network.org/2014/01/court-imposes-assisted-suicide-in-new-mexico/

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