Supreme Court says girl’s forced blood transfusion didn’t violate rights



June 26, 2009

Canada’s top court on Friday dismissed the case of a Manitoba girl — a Jehovah’s Witness — who said her rights were violated when she was forced to get a blood transfusion against her will because she was a minor. In a 6-1 ruling, the Supreme Court ruled that such medical interventions are constitutionally sound. [Keep reading this story here.]

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