“The consent of a Jehovah’s witness of long standing is not lit”, according to a lawyer
Michel Morin, a lawyer who is particularly interested in the Jehovah’s Witnesses, but also to the death of Eloise Dupuis, wrote a book on this case.
“This history leads us to reflect on the notion of the refusal of care. In our civil Code, it is expected that one can refuse care. It must, however, distinguish between the letter and the spirit of the law. In my view the legislator had in mind when he laid down the law, of the medical situations where the risk for intervention was as great or greater than the benefit hoped for,” says the author in an interview with the issuance of The 9 Hours. Continue reading