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In the matter of Karen Quinlan, an alleged incompetent.

Thomas Joseph Quinlan

In the matter of Karen Quinlan, an alleged incompetent.

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quinlan, Karen Ann, -- 1954-,
  • Life and death, Power over,
  • Absence and presumption of death -- New Jersey.,
  • Euthanasia -- New Jersey.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNew Jersey. Supreme Court.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 leaves.
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18129895M


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ON 31 MARCHthe Supreme Court of New Jersey permitted the life support system of the permanently comatose Karen Ann Quinlan to be turned off to allow her to die a natural death without any civil or criminal liability on her guardian or treatment providers: see IN THE MATTER OF KAREN QUINLAN, AN ALLEGED INCOMPETENT Supreme Court of New Jersey 70 N.J.

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Jersey, Karen Ann Quinlan is dead. This contention of “brain death” was discarded during trial by a stipulated amendment that “Karen Ann Quinlan is presently alive.”6 In its opinion expressed in In the Matter of Karen Quinlan, An Alleged Incompetent, the New Jersey Supreme Court. IN THE MATTER OF KAREN QUINLAN, AN ALLEGED INCOMPETENT.

Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division. Decided Novem * Mr. Paul W. Armstrong argued the cause for petitioners Joseph and Julia Quinlan; (Mr. James M. Crowley of the New York Bar, of counsel; Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Crowley on the briefs). Karen Ann Quinlan was 21 years old in After a night of drinking alcohol and ingesting tranquilizers, Quinlan passed out and ceased breathing for two minute periods.

After it was determined that she was in a persistent vegetative state, her father, Joseph Quinlan, wished to remove her from the medical ventilator. Quinlan's primary physician and the hospital both on(s): 70 N.J. 10; A.2d (). 96 70 NJ 10 In the Matter of Karen Quinlan an Alleged Incompetent Killing and.

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10; A.2d ; N.J. LEXIS ; 79 A.L.R.3d The guardian, hospital and treatment providers of Karen Ann Quinlan were permitted to turn off her life support system as she was. In his initial pleading Joseph Quinlan, father of year-old Karen Ann Quinlan, seeks, on grounds of mental incompetency, to be appointed the guardian of the person and property of his daughter.

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Supreme Court of New Jersey. Ma Argued Jan. 26, Theodore Einhorn, lead attorney for the defense, argued that Karen was not brain dead and Joseph would be committing murder (euthanasia) if Karen was removed from the respirator.

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Karen Ann Quinlan is a prominent figure in the “right to die” controversy under United States jurisprudence. The main issue in her case arose when her family sought the court’s order that she be allowed to die by removing any life support connected to her.

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