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is there a statue of limits to a case like this a person who a guardian who chooses to pull the plug for insurance money?
And has the person taken of their dialysis and exposed to abuse and maltreatment purposely and purposely does something so the person will die would you consider this murder
- Neptune2bsureLv 61 month ago
Statute not statue. Are you the one who did this, if not do you have proof of this? You are stating a lot of accusations, it is also against the law to get someone in trouble and lie about something without proof. Be careful, I hope you are not the one who is planning this because it doesn't matter how you commit murder there is no statute on murder.
- Anonymous1 month ago
How do you know this person was after the insurance payout? Have you ever been in this situation? I have and it's a heartbreaking decision. Don't assume the worst.
- SlickterpLv 71 month ago
That is indeed criminal, yes.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
the local district attorney might be interested. and there is no statute of limitations for murder
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- !Lv 71 month ago
You would find it very challenging to make a murder case out of that. At best you'd get something along the lines of criminal negligence, because they made decisions that led to the person's demise, but did not play a direct and active role in their death, which was due to underlying medical conditions. And, obviously, if the charge is anything less than murder, there's a statute of limitations.