Jack Kevorkian’s saying, “dying is not a crime”

From the e-Activity, give your opinion of Jack Kevorkian’s saying, “dying is not a crime”, and analyze the way his actions rose to the level of homicide.

 

Review State v. Lamy, 969 A.2d 451 (N.H. 2009) and the born alive requirement that are discussed in Chapter 10 of the text, determine one (1) ethical issue that may arise from social debate because of the requirement in question. Speculate upon one (1) approach that the court could take to address the ethical issue in question.