Sampson v. State of Alaska: In the Supreme Court of the State of Alaska
Bostrom, Barry A.
Issues in Law and Medicine 2001 Fall; 17(2): 195-198
The Alaska Constitution's guarantees of privacy and liberty do not afford terminally ill persons the right to a physician's assistance in committing suicide and Alaska's statute prohibiting suicide assistance does not violate their right of equal protection.
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