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Error rating book. Refresh and try again. The termination of treatment pursuant to the right of privacy is, within the limitations of this case ipso facto lawful.
Thus, a death resulting from such an act would not come within the scope of the homicide statutes proscribing only the unlawful killing of another.
There is a real and in this case determinative distinction between the unlawful taking of the life of another and the ending of artificial life-support systems as a matter of self-determination.
Furthermore, the exercise of a constitutional right such as we have here found is protected from criminal prosecution.
We do not question the state's undoubted power to punish the taking of human life, but that power does not encompass individuals terminating medical treatment pursuant to their right of privacy.
The constitutional protection extends to third parties whose action is necessary to effectuate the exercise of that right where the individuals themselves would not be subject to prosecution or the third parties are charged as accessories to an act which could not be a crime.
And under the circumstances of this case, these same principles would apply to and negate a valid prosecution for attempted suicide were there still such a crime in this State.
The trial judge bifurcated the guardianship, as we have noted, refusing to appoint Joseph Quinlan to be guardian to the person and limiting his guardianship to that of the property of his daughter.
Such occasional division of guardianship, as between responsibility for the person and the property of an incompetent person, has roots deep in the common law and was well within the jurisdictional capacity of the trial judge.
The statute creates an initial presumption of entitlement to guardianship in the next of kin, for it provides:. In any case where a guardian is to be appointed, letters of guardianship shall be granted The trial court was apparently convinced of the high character of Joseph Quinlan and his general suitability as guardian under other circumstances, describing him as "very sincere, moral, ethical and religious.
Quinlan feels a natural grief, and understandably sorrows because of the tragedy which has befallen his daughter, his strength of purpose and character far outweighs these sentiments and qualifies him eminently for guardianship of the person as well as the property of his daughter.
Hence we discern no valid reason to overrule the statutory intendment of preference to the next of kin. We thus arrive at the formulation of the declaratory relief which we have concluded is appropriate to this case.
Some time has passed since Karen's physical and mental condition was described to the Court. At that time her continuing deterioration was plainly projected.
Since the record has not been expanded we assume that she is now even more fragile and nearer to death than she was then.
Since her present treating physicians may give reconsideration to her present posture in the light of this opinion, and since we are transferring to the plaintiff as guardian the choice of the attending physician and therefore other physicians may be in charge of the case who may take a different view from that of the present attending physicians, we herewith declare the following affirmative relief on behalf of the plaintiff.
Upon the concurrence of the guardian and family of Karen, should the responsible attending physicians conclude that there is no reasonable possibility of Karen's ever emerging from her present comatose condition to a cognitive, sapient state and that the life-support apparatus now being administered to Karen should be discontinued, they shall consult with the hospital "Ethics Committee" or the body of the institution in which Karen is then hospitalized.
If that consultative body agrees that there is no reasonable possibility of Karen's ever emerging from her present comatose condition to a cognitive, sapient state, the present life-support system may be withdrawn and said action shall be without any civil or criminal liability therefor on the part of any participant, whether guardian, physician, hospital or others.
We herewith specifically so hold. We repeat for the sake of emphasis and clarity that upon the concurrence of the guardian and family of Karen, should the responsible attending physicians conclude that there is no reasonable possibility of Karen's ever emerging from her present comatose condition to a cognitive, sapient state and that the life-support apparatus now being administered to Karen should be discontinued, they shall consult with the hospital "Ethics Committee" or like body of the institution in which Karen is then hospitalized.
If that consultative body agrees that there is no reasonable possibility of Karen's ever emerging from her present comatose condition to a cognitive, sapient state, the present life support system may be withdrawn and said action shall be without any civil or criminal liability therefore on the part of any participant, whether guardian, physician, hospital or others.
By the above ruling we do not intend to be understood as implying that a proceeding for judicial declaratory relief is necessarily required for the implementation of comparable decisions in the field of medical practice.
The conflict between the state's interest in preserving life vs. What is the significance of the following statement: "We think that the State's interest contra weakens and the individual's right to privacy grows as the degree of bodily invasion increases and the prognosis dims.
Brody, Baruch. About Us Overview What is Bioethics? Contact Us. Supreme Court of New Jersey , A. Summary Facts Karen Ann Quinlan, a twenty-two-year-old who ingested a harmful mix of drugs and alcohol, suffered two fifteen-minute periods of interrupted breathing which left her in a chronic vegetative state without any cognitive functions.
Holding The State's interest to maintain life weaken, and a patient's right of privacy grows, as the degree of bodily invasion increases and as prognosis dims.
However, because of the lapse of intervening time, a more current assessment of the prognosis was needed if the prognosis of the then-attending physician was unchanged and it being contemplated that the guardian would employ different physicians.
Modified and remanded. Its basis, of course, was the interest of the State in the preservation of life, which has an undoubted constitutional foundation.
The Factual Base An understanding of the issues in their basic perspective suggests a brief review of the factual base developed in the testimony and documented in greater detail in the opinion of the trial judge.
Morse and other expert physicians who examined her characterized Karen as being in a "chronic persistent vegetative state.
It seemed to be the consensus not only of the treating physician but also of the several qualified experts who testified in the case, that removal from the respirator would not conform to medical practices, standards and traditions.
The further medical consensus was that Karen in addition to being comatose is in a chronic and persistent "vegetative" state, having no awareness of anything or anyone around her and existing at a primitive reflex level.
The determination of the fact and time of death in past years of medical science was keyed to the action of the heart and blood circulation, in tum dependent upon pulmonary activity, and hence cessation of these functions spelled out the reality of death.
Guardianship We tum to that branch of the factual case pertaining to the application for guardianship, as distinguished from the nature of the authorization sought by the applicant.
The doctor, however, has no right independent of the patient. He can act only if the patient explicitly or implicitly, directly or indirectly, gives him the permission.
The treatment as described in the question constitutes extraordinary means of preserving life and so there is no obligation to use them nor to give the doctor permission to use them.
The rights and the duties of the family depend on the presumed will of the unconscious patient if he or she is of legal age, and the family, too, is bound to use only ordinary means.
This case is not to be considered euthanasia in any way; that would never be licit. The interruption of attempts at resuscitation, even when it causes the arrest of circulation, is not more than an indirect cause of the cessation of life, and we must apply in this case the principle of double effect.
Theology with its acknowledgment of man's dissatisfaction with biological life as the ultimate source of joy Religion is not expected to define biological death; nor, on its part, is it expected to relinquish its responsibility to assist man in the formation and pursuit of a correct conscience as to the acceptance of natural death when science has confirmed its inevitability beyond any hope other than that of preserving biological life in a merely vegetative state.
Before turning to the legal and constitutional issues involved, we feel it essential to reiterate that the "Catholic view" of religious neutrality in the circumstances of this case is considered by the Court only in the aspect of its impact upon the conscience, motivation and purpose of the intending guardian, Joseph Quinlan, and not as a precedent in terms of the civil law.
Our determination of that question is in the affirmative. Was the court correct in withholding letters of guardianship from the plaintiff and appointing in his stead a stranger?
On that issue our determination is in the negative. Should this Court, in the light of the foregoing conclusions, grant declaratory relief to the plaintiff?
On that question our Court's determination is in the affirmative. This brings us to a consideration of the constitutional and legal issues underlying the foregoing determinations.
Nor is such right of privacy forgotten in the New Jersey Constitution The Medical Factor Having declared the substantive legal basis upon which plaintiff's rights as representative of Karen must be deemed predicated, we face and respond to the assertion on behalf of defendants that our premise unwarrantably offends prevailing medical standards.
Perhaps the confusion there adverted to stems from mention by some courts of statutory or common law condemnation of suicide as demonstrating the state's interest in the preservation of life.
Courts in the exercise of their parents patriae responsibility to protect those under disability have sometimes implemented medical decisions and authorized their carrying out under the doctrine of "substituted judgment Under the law as it then stood, Judge Muir was correct in declining to authorize withdrawal of the respirator.
Alleged Criminal Liability Having concluded that there is a right of privacy that might permit termination of treatment in the circumstances of this case, we turn to consider the relationship of the exercise of that right to the criminal law.
The County Prosecutor and the Attorney General maintain that there would be criminal liability for such acceleration.
The Guardianship of the Person The trial judge bifurcated the guardianship, as we have noted, refusing to appoint Joseph Quinlan to be guardian to the person and limiting his guardianship to that of the property of his daughter.
Declaratory Relief We thus arrive at the formulation of the declaratory relief which we have concluded is appropriate to this case. Curtin, Esquire, a member of the Bar and an officer of the court.
To appoint Joseph Quinlan as guardian of the person of Karen Quinlan with full power to make decisions with regard to the identity of her treating physicians.
Opposed: None. Why didn't he simply say," In "The Factual Base," several important insights are made: the types of coma, the definition of "persistent vegetative state," the distinction between p.
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Their names appeared on a big screen as part of a fund-raiser for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where Mr. Quinlan was receiving treatment, McHugh said.
In addition to his children, his sister Marian, of Mount Dora, Fla. Quinlan leaves two other sisters, Amalia of Buffalo, N.
Burial was in St. Quinlan found new joy late in his life when met Mary Anne Lenihan, an attorney for a legal research company. On their first dates in , she noticed his scars.
Because they met online, where skepticism in romance is strongly advised, she found herself questioning his explanation of those marks on his face and hands.
She went home and started researching Mr. Early in their relationship, Mr. Quinlan revealed he had stage IV cancer.