Amicus Curiae Brief for the United States Supreme Court on Mental Health, Terminal Illness, and Assisted Death
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Abridged Brief as Amicus Curiae -- of the Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States, the Association for Persons With Severe Handicaps, the Ethics and Advocacy Task Force of the Nursing Home Action Group, and the Medical Issues Task Force of the United Handicapped Federation in Support of Respondents, Director of Missouri Department of Health, Et Al Bopp, James; Marzen, Thomas J.; Nimz, Mary M.; Avila, Daniel, (1990-05)
Lee v. Harcleroad Brief of Amicus Curiae Disability Perspectives in Support of Gary Lee, M.D., Et Al., Plaintiffs-Appellees and Fritz Beck, June Beck, Sister Geraldine Bernards, Plaintiffs-Appellees v. Douglas Harcleroad, Et Al., Defendant-Appellants/Cross Appellees and Peter Goodwin, Barbara Coombs Less, Elven Sinnard, Ted Levin, and Tim Shuck, Intervenors-Appellants/Cross Aellees. Appeal From the United States District Court for the District of Oregon, No. CV-94-06467-MRH Unknown author (National Legal Center for the Medically Dependent and Disabled, Inc, 1995)