Lady Justice atop the Old Bailey in London. / antb/Shutterstock.
London, England, Jan 14, 2022 / 14:07 pm (CNA).
The Crown Prosecution Service, which brings criminal charges in England and Wales, is considering a proposal to examine “mercy killings” that would advise against charging those who assist in the deaths of gravely ill people who wish for assisted suicide or euthanasia if there is evidence that the person wanted to die.
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