Marks Jr., Thomas C.
February 2004
Albany Law Review;2004, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p843
Academic Journal
Focuses on the legal battle over whether the feeding and hydration tube which is keeping Terri Schiavo alive be removed upon the request of the purportedly vegetative patient's husband. Details of the case; Issues in the case that have substantial consequences for Florida's constitutional law; Discussion of whether Terri's Law of Florida is a valid general law.


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