The question whether assisted dying euthanasia and assisted suicide should be legalized is often treated by judges and commentators alike as a question which transcends national boundaries and diverse legal systems. The question of whether euthanasia and assisted suicide should be legalized is often treated by judges and commentators as a universal ethical question transcending national boundaries and diverse legal systems. In doing so the book unquestionably augments the body of existing literature internationally on the subject of assisted dying and lays a foundation for more informed and reflective analysis of legal change in the area of assisted dying in future scholarship. The indefinite avoidance of legal reform on the issue of assisted dying by party leaders and government committees is a part of a wider strategy and it is a strategy inspired by a basic type of . Legal change on assisted dying may be achieved in a variety of ways challenges to criminal prohibitions using human rights claims based on documents such as the european convention on human rights the canadian charter of rights and freedoms or the us bill of rights the use of defences available to defendants who are prosecuted for assisting
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