PVS Would Be An Improvement For Kausfiles
Yale Law School graduate and former clerk for the California Supreme Court Robert "Thicky" Kaus, explains the law to you. And then someone explains it to him, but correctly:
Terri's husband, Michael, wants the tube removed; Terri's family doesn't. A judge ruled that the decision is Michael's. [Correction: Abstract Appeal says that Michael petitioned the judge, who made the decision.] ....
[Correction: According to Abstract Appeal, Michael Schiavo did not act as his wife's "surrogate" in deciding whether she would have wanted to exercise her 'right to die.' He petitioned a court to make that decision, and presented evidence that dying would be her wish. The judge acted as the "surrogate."]
Certainly Kaus's erroneous conclusion was the result of haste and sloppiness, and not bias. So it's okay, right?