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Spoons4382
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I’ve looked at the The Hart Devlin debate and as a result I’ve been asked to consider whether the following cases are legal.
Gillick v West Norfolk & Wisbech Area Health Authority (1986)
Euthanasia pretty v United Kingdom 2002
Assisted suicide R(Purdy) v DPP (2009)

I’ve looked at the cases, but what is meant by should these cases be legal cases? Is the question more about law and morality?
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(Original post by Spoons4382)
I’ve looked at the The Hart Devlin debate and as a result I’ve been asked to consider whether the following cases are legal.
Gillick v West Norfolk & Wisbech Area Health Authority (1986)
Euthanasia pretty v United Kingdom 2002
Assisted suicide R(Purdy) v DPP (2009)

I’ve looked at the cases, but what is meant by should these cases be legal cases? Is the question more about law and morality?
Hey, sorry you've not had any responses to this yet - just giving it a quick bump, so hopefully someone will be along soon

Gingerbread101 might know more about this one :hat2:
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