Table of contents for The criminal justice system and health care / edited by Charles A. Erin and Suzanne Ost.

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Contents
Contributors xv
Table of Cases 000
Table of Legislation 000
 1. An Ill-Suited and Inappropriate Union? Exploring the Relationship Between the Criminal Justice System and Health Care 1
Suzanne Ost and Charles A. Erin
 2. Criminalizing Medical Malpractice 15
Margaret Brazier and Neil Allen
 3. Medical Manslaughter: The Rise (and Replacement) of a Contested Crime? 29
Oliver Quick
 4. Medical or Managerial Manslaughter? 49
Neil Allen
 5. When Are Errors a Crime?-Lessons from New Zealand 67
Alan Forbes Merry
 6. Euthanasia and the Defence of Necessity: Advocating a More Appropriate Legal Response 99
Suzanne Ost
 7. Criminal Law is the Problem, Not the Solution 119
John Griffiths
 8. Lessons in Legal and Judicial Ethics from Schiavo: The Special Responsibilities of Lawyers and Judges in Cases Involving Persons with Severe Cognitive Disabilities 137
Robert A. Destro
 9. Medical Treatment at the End of Life-A British Doctor's Perspective 165
Michael Wilks
10. Dignity: The Difference Between Abortion and Neonaticide for Severe Disability 175
Stephen W. Smith
11. Terminating Life and Human Rights: The Fetus and the Neonate 189
Elizabeth Wicks
12. Non-treatment of Severely Disabled Newborns and Criminal Liability Under Spanish Law 207
Sergio Romeo-Malanda
13. Should We Criminalize HIV Transmission? 225
Rebecca Bennett
14. The Rightful Domain of the Criminal Law 237
Charles A. Erin
15. Medicalizing Crime-Criminalizing Health? The Role of Law 257
Jonathan Montgomery

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medical personnel -- Malpractice.
Medical care -- Law and legislation -- Criminal provisions.
Medical laws and legislation -- Criminal provisions.
Criminal justice, Administration of.