Brain death court cases becoming more common.
Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director, Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionTaquisha McKitty’s daughterAs the family of Taquisha McKitty await the decision in the “brain death” case in Brampton Ontario, it is shocking to read how common brain death court cases are becoming.Based on the immenent release of the McKitty decision, CBC News interviewed Hugh Scher, the lawyer for the McKitty family. According to CBC news Scher stated:”It raises a serious question as to what is death in Ontario and in Canada. There is no statutory legal definition,” said Scher on Metro Morning Tuesday. “We’re hopeful this case will provide some guidance.” Scher and the McKitty family