The national right-to-die group Final Exit Network Inc. was convicted Thursday of assisting in the suicide of a Minnesota woman who took her life in 2007 after years of suffering with chronic pain.
Prosecutors say they’ll prove a national right-to-die group assisted in the 2007 suicide of a 57-year-old Minnesota woman who suffered from chronic pain and depression.
A state senator says it’s time for a conversation about physician-assisted death in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a state law against “advising” people on committing suicide is unconstitutional. A three-judge appeals panel affirmed a lower court’s ruling that the law is an overly broad restriction on free speech.
A member of a right-to-die group facing assisted-suicide charges in Minnesota has died after a long battle with prostate cancer.
A Minnesota judge has dismissed charges against the former head of a national right-to-die group accused in the death of an Apple Valley woman.
Members of a national right-to-die group are challenging Minnesota’s assisted-suicide law, saying it violates constitutional rights to freedom of speech and freedom of association.
The debate over a person’s “right to die” is taking place in a Dakota County courtroom.
The medical director of Final Exit Network is being charged with assisted suicide after the death of an Apple Valley woman in 2007.
A Minnesota grand jury has indicted a national right-to-die group and several members for their actions in the 2007 suicide of a suburban Minneapolis woman.
A grand jury is expected to hear evidence this week about the involvement of a national assisted suicide group in the death of a Minnesota woman in 2007.